Yellowfin exists in a number of formats for the cloud. Spin up a quick instance for a demo, or install your own instance of Yellowfin for full customization. There are Yellowfin deployments to suit all stages of a project on the platform of your choice.
When running Yellowfin in the cloud, choose from:
- a ‘traditional’ application installation (via an installer);
- a containerized deployment; or,
- a cloud-specific deployment, included in your plan, such as Yellowfin for AMI (AWS EC2).
The first two deployment types are discussed on our Install And Deploy Yellowfin wiki page, including types of usage and what’s included with each deployment.
A cloud-specific deployment is typically easy to spin up, with its own built-in database and sample data. This makes them perfect for demos and the proof-of-concept stage of your project. Typically, data storage won’t be persistent, and the options available to customize Yellowfin will be reduced. For these reasons, we recommend you only spin up cloud-specific deployments for short-term requirements.
In this section, we provide steps for as many deployment types as possible for the most popular cloud platforms. Choose your platform from the pages in this section, then follow the steps that best match your deployment type.
Current topic - Install in the Cloud
This page is part of the Install And Deploy Yellowfin section of the wiki, which has these topics:
Install in the Cloud
Install in a container