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This article includes details on using OpenSSL to create a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) to send to a Certificate Authority (CA), generating a self-signed certificate, installing the certificate, and configuring Alteryx Server to use the certificate.
One of the three database options when setting up the Alteryx Server is to connect into a User-Managed MongoDB instance. Why would you want to set up your own implementation of MongoDB? The main benefits are to take advantage of the features of MongoDB that are not included with our embedded instance.
As Alteryx analysts, we’re whipping up insight at blazing fast speeds. Workflow after workflow, tool after tool, we’re gleaming functional understanding from inert webs of data that empower us to make better decisions. Good insight is only as good as it is shareable, however, and to enable better sharing any Alteryx analyst can take advantage of their Workflow Dependencies to simplify input or output path dependencies in shared workflows.