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The following documents contain additional information about Hitachi Content Platform:

Administering HCP — This book explains how to use an HCP system to monitor and manage a digital object repository. It discusses the capabilities of the system, as well as its hardware and software components. The book presents both the concepts and instructions you need to configure the system, including creating the tenants that administer access to the repository. It also covers the processes that maintain the integrity and security of the repository contents.


Managing a Tenant and Its Namespaces — This book contains complete information for managing the HCP tenants and namespaces created in an HCP system. It provides instructions for creating namespaces, setting up user accounts, configuring the protocols that allow access to namespaces, managing search and indexing, and downloading installation files for HCP Data Migrator. It also explains how to work with retention classes and the privileged delete functionality.


Managing the Default Tenant and Namespace — This book contains complete information for managing the default tenant and namespace in an HCP system. It provides instructions for changing tenant and namespace settings, configuring the protocols that allow access to the namespace, managing search and indexing, and downloading installation files for HCP Data Migrator. It also explains how to work with retention classes and the privileged delete functionality.


Replicating Tenants and Namespaces — This book covers all aspects of tenant and namespace replication. Replication is the process of keeping selected tenants and namespaces in two or more HCP systems in sync with each other to ensure data availability and enable disaster recovery. The book describes how replication works, contains instructions for working with replication links, and explains how to manage and monitor the replication process.


HCP Management API Reference — This book contains the information you need to use the HCP management API. This RESTful HTTP API enables you to create and manage tenants and namespaces programmatically. The book explains how to use the API to access an HCP system, specify resources, and update and retrieve resource properties.


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Using a Namespace — This book describes the properties of objects in HCP namespaces. It provides instructions for accessing namespaces by using the HTTP, WebDAV, CIFS, and NFS protocols for the purpose of storing, retrieving, and deleting objects, as well as changing object metadata such as retention and shred settings. It also explains how to manage namespace content and view namespace information in the Namespace Browser.


Using the Default Namespace — This book describes the file system HCP uses to present the contents of the default namespace. It provides instructions for accessing the namespace by using the HCP-supported protocols for the purpose of storing, retrieving, and deleting objects, as well as changing object metadata such as retention and shred settings.


HCP Metadata Query API Reference — This book describes the HCP metadata query API. This RESTful HTTP API enables you to query namespaces for objects that satisfy criteria you specify. The book explains how to construct and perform queries and describes query results. It also contains several examples, which you can use as models for your own queries.


Searching Namespaces — This book describes the HCP Search Console (also called the Metadata Query Engine Console). It explains how to use the Console to search namespaces for objects that satisfy criteria you specify. It also explains how to manage and manipulate queries and search results. The book contains many examples, which you can use as models for your own searches.


Using HCP Data Migrator — This book contains the information you need to install and use HCP Data Migrator (HCP-DM), a utility that works with HCP. This utility enables you to copy data between local file systems, namespaces in HCP, and earlier HCAP archives. It also supports bulk delete operations and bulk operations to change object metadata. Additionally, it supports associating custom metadata and ACLs with individual objects. The book describes both the interactive window-based interface and the set of command-line tools included in HCP-DM.


Installing an HCP System — This book provides the information you need to install the software for a new HCP system. It explains what you need to know to successfully configure the system and contains step-by-step instructions for the installation procedure.


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Deploying an HCP-VM System — This book contains all the information you need to install and configure an HCP-VM system. The book also includes requirements and guidelines for configuring the VMWare® environment in which the system is installed.


Third-Party Licenses and Copyrights — This book contains copyright and license information for third-party software distributed with or embedded in HCP.


HCP-DM Third-Party Licenses and Copyrights — This book contains copyright and license information for third-party software distributed with or embedded in HCP Data Migrator.


Installing an HCP SAIN System — Final On-site Setup — This book contains instructions for deploying an assembled and configured single-rack HCP SAIN system at a customer site. It explains how to make the necessary physical connections and reconfigure the system for the customer computing environment. It also contains instructions for configuring Hi-Track® Monitor to monitor the nodes in an HCP system.


Installing an HCP RAIN System — Final On-site Setup — This book contains instructions for deploying an assembled and configured HCP RAIN system at a customer site. It explains how to make the necessary physical connections and reconfigure the system for the customer computing environment. The book also provides instructions for assembling the components of an HCP RAIN system that was ordered without a rack and for configuring Hi-Track Monitor to monitor the nodes in an HCP system.