Stackable and Kubernetes

How to run Stackable on Kubernetes

Stackable requires a Kubernetes cluster* to run on. Here are a couple of options:


Local Kubernetes


At a large hyperscaler


On Red Hat® OpenShift®


As managed Kubernetes

*to give Stackable a try, we recommend deploying a K8s cluster with at least 48GB RAM and 4x4vCPUs.

run it on your Computer

Local Kubernetes

For running a Kubernetes cluster on a local machine there are multiple options. To get going, the documentation includes a getting started guide.

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run it at a large hyperscaler e.g. AWS, GCP or Azure

AWS, GCP, Azure

All mayor hyperscalers allow the easy setup of Kubenetes Clusters.  While their offerings differ in detail, the setups are fairly easy with GUI or command line based procedures. 

To start small, all of them also offer a trial period for their services with some starting budget.

On Red Hat® OpenShift®

Red Hat® OpenShift®

The Stackable Data Platform is fully compatible with OpenShift.

Available in the Red Hat Ecosystem Catalog, users can quickly and securely integrate SDP’s robust data management capabilities into their OpenShift environment – critical for modern enterprise requirements.

Run it with a managed Kubernetes provider

Managed Kubernetes

A lot has happened recently within the Kubernetes space. Today, a lot of cloud service providers also offer Kubernetes in a managed way. Not concluding, here you can find some services for the German market.

Please contact us, if you find anything missing.

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