This section is about installing an Arvados cluster. If you are just looking to install Arvados client tools and libraries, go to the SDK section.
Arvados components run on GNU/Linux systems, and supports AWS, GCP and Azure cloud platforms as well as on-premises installs. Arvados supports Debian and derivatives such as Ubuntu, as well as Red Hat and derivatives such as CentOS. Arvados is Free Software and self-install installations are not limited in any way. Commercial support and development are also available from Curii Corporation.
Arvados components can be installed and configured in a number of different ways.
|Setup difficulty||Multiuser/networked access||Workflow Development and Testing||Large Scale Production||Development of Arvados||Arvados Evaluation|
|Installation with Salt (single host)||Easy||no||yes||no||yes||yes|
|Installation with Salt (multi host)||Moderate||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
|Arvados on Kubernetes||Easy 1||yes||yes 2||no 2||no||yes|
|Cluster Operation Subscription supported by Curii||N/A 3||yes||yes||yes||yes||yes|
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