Arthur can be installed to existing Kubernetes clusters (K8s) or virtual machines (VM). For both Kubernetes and virtual machine deployments, Arthur supports two types of installation methods, online and airgapped. The online method allows fast and continuous differential upgrades. The airgapped install supports environments where the cluster has no outbound internet connectivity.
This page covers the requirements needed in your system to deploying Arthur within your system.
This page covers some of the most frequently-asked questions about setting up Arthur for on-premises installation.
This page covers how to configure your infrastructure to support running Arthur as a High Availability Application.
This section shows how to install Arthur into a Kubernetes cluster.
This section shows how to install Arthur into a virtual machine.
This page shows how to set up a Postgres instance to use as your Arthur’s relational database.