System requirements

Before you start the installation process, ensure the following system requirements are met.

Requirement Description
Environment DataClarity to be installed on a clean environment (VM) with no other 3rd party software installed.

Operating System Requirements

DataClarity can be installed on the following 64-bit operating systems:

  • Ubuntu 18.04 LTS on x64 chipsets
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 7.3+
  • CentOS 7.6+

Proof of Concept Requirements

The minimum requirements for testing and prototyping purposes:

  • 4 physical cores, 8 vCPU (ex. AWS)
  • 16 GB of RAM
  • 30 GB minimum free disk space

Minimum Production Requirements

The minimum requirements for production use:

  • 8 physical cores, 16 vCPU (ex. AWS)
  • 32 GB of RAM
    If you want to scale the query engine to more than two pods, increase RAM by at least 8 GB for each additional pod.
  • 50 GB minimum free disk space
Storage

The minimum space for data storage:

  • 100 GB (the space to be increased based on the estimated number of file-based datasets).
  • 100 GB (the space to be increased based on the estimated number of extract datasets)
User Authentication and Security

DataClarity supports the following user authentication and identity providers:

  • Microsoft Active Directory
  • SAML 2.0
  • OpenID Connect
  • Built-in DataClarity users and groups for user authentication and group membership definitions
Virtual Environments

DataClarity platform operates in virtualized environments after they are configured with the proper underlying operating system and minimum hardware requirements. We recommend VM deployments with the dedicated CPU affinity:

  • Microsoft Hyper-V
  • VMware
  • Google Cloud Platform
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Amazon Web Services
Web Browsers

DataClarity can be run on the following browsers:

  • Chrome on Windows and Mac
  • Microsoft Edge & Internet Explorer 11 on Windows. The compatibility mode for Internet Explorer is not supported.
  • Mozilla Firefox & Firefox ESR on Windows and Mac
  • Apple Safari on Mac and iOS 11.3 or later
Firewall Rules

During the installation process, the external repository servers are used for downloading the docker images required by the platform technology stack. Ensure that the following repository hosts are accessible to the installation script:

  • api.snapcraft.io
  • auth.docker.io
  • fastly.cdn.snapcraft.io
  • gcr.io
  • googlecode.l.googleusercontent.com
  • k8s.gcr.io
  • production.cloudflare.docker.com
  • quay.io
  • registry-1.docker.io
  • storage.googleapis.com

 

 

 

 

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