Tamr is configured using a centralized service for configuration information, namely ZooKeeper (Configuring Tamr).
Configure Tamr's back location (Backup).
Tamr uses local database-backed authentication and authorization by default. Tamr can also use LDAP to authenticate and authorize users. Configuring Tamr to use LDAP, allows users to log into Tamr using their LDAP username and password and be authorized under their LDAP group membership (LDAP Authentication and Authorization).
Tamr uses local database-backed authentication and authorization by default. Tamr can also use SAML to authenticate users (SAML Authentication).
Configure Tamr's Spark environment (Spark Environment).
Configure Tamr to use HDFS as its primary storage (HDFS).
Configure the low-latency match service (Low Latency Match Service).
Configure external storage providers for datasets stored in HDFS or local filesystems (External Storage Providers).
Install and configure auxiliary Tamr services (Auxiliary Services).