SingleStore DB

Deploy

SingleStore DB can be deployed on bare metal, on virtual machines, or in the cloud by using SingleStore Tools, or via popular configuration management tools.

Important

When selecting a deployment option, please note the following:

  • An online deployment is where all of the hosts that will comprise the SingleStore DB cluster can connect to the internet to download additional SingleStore DB software components. Offline deployment options are available with instructions for downloading and transferring these additional SingleStore DB software components before deploying SingleStore DB.

  • If you plan to deploy SingleStore DB using RPM or DEB packages, make sure you have adequate permissions to install packages on the target machine.

Select the deployment guide that best fits your needs based on your target deployment environment.

Deployment Options

Packages

Tarballs

Online

Offline

Online

Offline

UI

Deploy a cluster using a browser-based UI

Red Hat | Debian

Red Hat | Debian

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UI + YAML File

Deploy a cluster using the UI to generate a “base” cluster configuration YAML file that can be customized

Red Hat | Debian

Red Hat | Debian

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YAML File

Deploy a cluster using the command line and a cluster configuration YAML file that you created from scratch

Red Hat | Debian

Red Hat | Debian

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Command Line

Deploy a cluster using the command line

Red Hat | Debian

Red Hat | Debian

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Cluster in a Box - Linux Host

For development only

Deploy a cluster on a physical, virtual, or cloud-based Linux host for development

Red Hat | Debian

Red Hat | Debian

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Cluster in a Box - Docker

For development only

Deploy a cluster using Docker on Linux, macOS, and Windows for development

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Kubernetes

Advanced deployment

Deploy a cluster using the Kubernetes Operator. Note: Having prior experience with Kubernetes is strongly recommended for this deployment.

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