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(Basic) Apache NiFi 1.6 on Centos 7.4

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A CentOS 7.4 VM, running a default Apache NiFi 1.6 installation
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(Basic) Apache NiFi 1.6 on Centos 7.4

Onyx Point, Inc.

A CentOS 7.4 VM, running a default Apache NiFi 1.6 installation

A CentOS 7.4 VM running a basic install of Apache NiFi 1.6 using default configurations. Once the VM is deployed and running, Apache NiFi can be accessed by opening a web browser and entering: http://<IP>:8080/nifi.

Note: This offer is intended for test and development. Unsecured access (HTTP) should be used for testing purposes only, and it requires that port 8080 be accessible by external sources. For production use, a trusted certificate should be generated, port 8080 should be closed to HTTP access, and HTTPS should be used.

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