Note: The ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent currently can not be deployed to Raspberry Pi devices through Great Bear - once the ThousandEyes team releases an ARM compatible container image it should become possible for the Great Bear team to also support this. For details on how to deploy the ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent to Raspberry Pi devices outside of Great Bear, see the ThousandEyes documentation.
You must have an active ThousandEyes account and access to the ThousandEyes platform to deploy this application.
The ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent has several key hardware requirements that must be satisfied for the application to successfully install on the node and operate properly. In particular, the node will require:
- CPU Count: 2
- RAM: 2 GB
- Hard Disk Space: 20 GB
- Active network interface and internet connection
Before you can deploy the ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent application to a site, you must obtain a token from the ThousandEyes platform to link the agent to your account. For full instructions on how find the token, see the ThousandEyes documentation.
As a summary, first open the platform page ‘Cloud & Enterprise Agents - Agent Settings’, and click Add New Enterprise Agent.
Then find and copy the token by clicking Copy next to the Account Group Token field. You can now use this token in the deployment steps below.
When you are deploying the ThousandEyes Enterprise Agent application to a site, you must specify the following parameters.
- TOKEN: The authentication token to use for accessing the ThousandEyes platform. For details on getting a token, see the ThousandEyes Token section or the ThousandEyes documentation.
- TEAGENT_INET option: IPv4/IPv6 connectivity: Specifies whether to access the ThousandEyes platform using IPv4 or IPv6. Valid values are: 4 and 6