Configuring access for the TIBCO Cloud™ Spotfire® web client in cloud data sources
If you want to use data from cloud data sources, such as Azure SQL or Amazon Redshift, in the TIBCO Cloud™ Spotfire® web client, certain configurations might be required in the data source. Setting up the proper access rules is often a task for the data source administrator.
To protect your data, cloud-based, internet-facing data sources can be configured to allow or deny access from certain applications or computers. One of the ways to define access rules is to use IP addresses to identify what traffic should be allowed, a process often referred to as whitelisting. To access and query a data source with IP restrictions from TIBCO Cloud Spotfire web clients, you might have to configure whitelisting in the data source, allowing the IP addresses used by the Spotfire web client.
IP addresses to whitelist
US, Oregon 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206
Europe, Ireland 220.127.116.11 18.104.22.168
Configuring different data sources
For information about defining whitelisting and firewall rules in some specific data sources, see the links provided below.
- Microsoft Azure SQL Database
For more information about defining whitelisting in Microsoft Azure SQL Database:
- Azure HDInsight
For information about ports used by Hadoop services on HDInsight:
- Amazon Redshift
For more information about defining whitelisting in Amazon Redshift:
- Amazon EMR
For more information about security groups in Amazon EMR:
The process for whitelisting IP addresses in an OData data source depends on your OData provider.
Using a different version of Spotfire?This help describes the web client version of Spotfire on TIBCO Cloud™. If you're looking for documentation for the installed client or other versions of Spotfire, visit the TIBCO Documentation Portal.