Installing Triton DataCenter on Premises
This page will walk you through the process of planning, installing, and configuring your Triton DataCenter installation for use. Each section addresses a logical set of tasks that culminate in a functional Triton installation.
Customers with a support plan, or customers planning on purchasing a support plan, should only install updates from the support channel. Additionally, new customers or customers standing up a new installation need to attend a deployment review session with MNX support. Failure to do so may result in an unsupportable installation.
If you do not have a support plan, proceed with the following steps to get the latest OSS and upgrade to the latest release or developer version.
|Obtaining Triton software||How to download Triton software|
|Hardware selection||Hardware requirements for Triton along with guidance on choosing hardware for your installation.|
|Network layout selection||Core networks required by Triton, including information on tagging and sizing.|
|Deployment planning||Additional information required to install Triton in your environment.|
|Installation media||Creation of Triton install media.|
|Hardware configuration||BIOS, disk, and console settings for Triton.|
|Network configuration||Networking information required for installation.|
|Head node installation||Bring a head node to a fully running state, including CloudAPI and AdminUI services.|
|Compute node setup||Install and configure one or more compute node(s).|
|Linux Compute node setup||Install and configure a Linux Compute Node|
|Server parameters||Setting per-server parameters such as simultaneous multi-threading.|
|Advanced configuration||Setup fabric networking (VXLan) and Docker functionality.|
|Custom image management setup||Setup custom image management functionality.|
|Container Name Service||Setup and configure Triton Container Name Service.|
|Software updates||Apply recommended updates from MNX support to your Triton installation.|
|End user portal setup||Installing, configuring, and deploying the single sign on (SSO) and portal zone functionality.|
|Operations setup and testing||Adding packages, images, and a test user to verify the installation.|
|Client setup and testing||Installing the smartdc, triton, and sdc-docker toolsets on a workstation and performing basic client tests.|
|Securing endpoint access||Adding SSL certificates to AdminUI, CloudAPI, and sdc-docker.|
If you have already installed Triton DataCenter and wish to upgrade, please refer to our maintenance and upgrades documentation.