Upgrading FM


This guided setup allows you to upgrade an existing Dataiku Cloud Stacks for AWS. It assumes you had followed the guided setup example to build your initial setup.


You need to have administrative access to an existing AWS subscription



For any upgrade to Fleet Manager version 12.6.0 or higher, it is required to previously stop the virtual machine hosting Fleet Manager, or the upgrade process could fail.

Stop Fleet Manager server

  • Under Cloud Formation, find your already created stack and click on it.

  • Go to the ‘Resources’ tab

  • Copy the Instance ID (do not click on it)

  • Go to the EC2 console, in the Instances list

  • Add a filter Instance ID = <instance id>, a single running instance shows up

  • Select the instance, then click on Instance State > Stop instance

  • Wait for the instance to reach the state Stopped

Backup Fleet Manager’s data disk

  • Under Cloud Formation, find your already created stack and click on it.

  • Go to the ‘Resources’ tab

  • Copy your data volume id

  • In EC2 > Elastic Block Store > Volumes search using your volume id

  • Select your volume and click on Actions > Create snapshot

  • Enter a description and click on ‘Create snapshot’

  • Copy the snapshot id

Delete your existing stack

  • Under Cloud Formation, find your stack and click on resources

  • Click on the instance

  • Note its IAM Role

  • Go back in Cloud Formation and Delete your stack

  • Wait for the stack to be fully deleted

Create the new stack

  • Click on ‘Create stack’ > ‘With new resources’

  • In “Amazon S3 URL”, enter https://dataiku-cloudstacks.s3.amazonaws.com/templates/fleet-manager/12.6.4/fleet-manager-instance.yml

  • Click on Next

  • Enter the stack name

  • Put the same basic settings as in the original setup including FM role / VPC and subnet

  • Under Advanced settings, put the snapshot id

  • If you have used a KMS key specify it

  • Click on ‘Next’

  • Click on ‘Next’ again

  • Acknowledge the resources creation and submit

Re-provision your DSS

After upgrading Fleet Manager, the DSS instances will be seen as unresponsive. A re-provisioning of the DSS instances will be needed for the status displayed in Fleet Manager to be updated