It is my intention to utilise the GeoEvent Server, hosted on an AWS EC2 (m5.xlarge).
I have (successfully I believe) set up the Portal, ArcGIS Server, and a Spatiotemporal Datastore on the machine, and am looking to set up GeoEvent. I used the AWS Windows AMI for version 10.7 for the installation.
I have tried to follow the guidelines here (Installing GeoEvent Server—ArcGIS GeoEvent Server (Windows) Installation Guide (10.7) | ArcGIS Enter... ), which suggests following the Desktop App to access the GeoEvent Manager. When I do this I get a "404.0 - Not Found" response. Presumably, if I can access the server my ports etc are set up correctly, and so I ask what is causing this issue, and most importantly how can I fix it?
Thanks for getting back to me on this.
No, I get the same response whether I navigate to the Manager via https://gisserver.domain.com:6143/geoevent/manager/ or via the GeoEvent Manager shortcut (which dire...http://localhost:6180/geoevent/goto-manager).
I also get the same response via http://gisserver.domain.com:6180/geoevent/manager/ (and http://localhost:6180/geoevent/rest/).
In place of "gisserver.domain.com", I am trying both localhost and localhost.localdomain. The pre-configured shortcut directs me to localhost, but I was unsure whether the domain needed specifying also. Is this something I should/have defined already?
Considering this behavior occurs with both GeoEvent Manager and GeoEvent's REST endpoint, there could be a few reasons as to why GeoEvent is inaccessible (thus throwing that 404 error when being accessed). With this in mind, I recommend creating a case with Technical Support; doing so would allow for somebody to look into the issue further and get the proper resources looped in.