SingleStore DB

Getting Started

The certification matrix below shows the latest versions tested for SingleStore DB and VTE:

Certification Matrix




SingleStore DB

7.1.x, 7.3.x or newer

Certified OS

RHEL/CentOS 6 or 7 (version 7 is preferred), Debian 8 or 9 (version 9 is preferred)

Note: This document assumes you already have a working SingleStore DB cluster.

Before you begin configuring SingleStore DB to work with VTE, ensure you have the Vormetric Data Security Manager (DSM) installed and configured. Refer to the DSM Installation and Configuration Guide available on the Thales Support Portal.

When using VTE, you must use a kernel supported by Thales. Contact your Thales representative for a list of supported kernel versions. The VTE/OS compatibility matrix is available to Thales customers via their web portal.


The default AWS Linux kernel for Ubuntu is not supported with VTE. See Appendix A for instructions on how to prepare an Ubuntu AWS instance.

Notes on Product Naming

From release 7.0.0 and onward, the VTE (Vormetric Transparent Encryption) Agent is rebranded to CTE (CipherTrust Transparent Encryption). For the purposes of this document, the terms are interchangeable.

The Thales DSM’s CTE counterpart is the CipherTrust Manager (CTM). The documentation for CTM deployment is publicly available:

CTE and VTE agents can be registered to either DSM or CTM; however, the steps outlined below are specific to the DSM.

Process Overview

The process of protecting your data with VTE has two main components: installing and configuring VTE and your SingleStore DB cluster, and configuring which files are protected. Accordingly, this document is split into the following major sections: