Configuring Dis.co to Work with Azure Clusters

This topic describes how to enable Dis.co to run jobs over your own Azure cluster.

There are steps to perform in the Dis.co Web view.

In the Dis.co Web view

  1. Log on to Dis.co.

  2. Click your user avatar and select Settings in the list that is displayed.

    The Settings page is displayed.

  3. In the Cloud tab, click Add cloud.

The Add cloud page is displayed.

Note: Dis.co cloud is connected as the default unless another Cloud instance is selected.

  1. Click the Cloud Type list.

  1. Click Azure.

The Cloud details page is displayed.

  1. Provide values for the following fields:

  2. Display name: Name of the cloud instance

  3. ****Region​: Select Azure Region from the list

  4. Tenant ID: required by Dis.co in order to access instances in your account. The tenant ID can be obtained as described in Azure Microsoft Docs.

  5. Click Next.

The following window is displayed.

In the Azure cloud shell

Copy and run the command which presents in box B.

Please read the following limitations

  • Altering the script configuration(before or after) running it, might cause errors in the onboarding process to disco.

  • Running onboarding on multiple regions, might cause errors in the onboarding process to disco.

In the Dis.co Web view

  1. Return to the window that you left open.

  2. Click Setup.

    Wait up to 30 seconds while Dis.co validates the cloud formation configurations and links your AZURE account with Dis.co.

    The following messages might be received:

    cloud_test_success.png

    cloud_test.png

  3. In the event there was a problem connecting, click Back and remedy the problem. Otherwise, click Done. When a 'Success' message is displayed, your Azure cloud is fully connected with Dis.co.

The Azure cloud will be added to your cloud list, as you can see in the following form:

The following options are available:

  • Change name: Edit the name of the cloud instance.

  • Cloud script: Copy the script from the cloud to update your Azure settings and save the changes.

  • Disable: Disable the connection.

  • If the cloud is not connected, click the Reconnect button from the table to set up the connection.