Which install method should I use?

DataStax Enterprise 6.9 installation types

The installation and operating system type determines how you install DataStax Enterprise (DSE). Be sure to install on a supported platform.

End User License Agreement (EULA). You agree to the terms of the EULA when you download the DSE product.

Installation method About

DSE OpsCenter Lifecyle Manager

The Lifecycle Manager (LCM) can install DSE. It is fully integrated with DSE OpsCenter. LCM provides the following:

  • A web-based graphical interface for installing and configuring DSE.

  • Performs a Services installation using RHEL or Debian packages.

  • Ability to configure and update all DSE settings.

  • Installs the necessary system requirements automatically, including Java.

  • Integrates with OpsCenter Best Practice Service, which detects many suboptimal configuration settings.

  • Automation using the LCM API.

Installing DSE using LCM requires Installing DSE OpsCenter, bringing your own instances on a supported platform with SSH and Python installed, and root permissions on the target nodes.

Installing DataStax Enterprise 6.9 on RHEL-based systems using Yum

Installs DSE using Yum repositories on RHEL-based systems. Typically used in production environments and requires root permissions.

Installing DataStax Enterprise 6.9 on Debian-based systems using APT

Installs DSE on Debian-based systems using APT. Typically used in production environments and requires root permissions.

Binary tarball installer

Installs DSE on any supported Linux-based platform. Does not require root permissions.

Installing and deploying DSE on cloud platforms

Instructions for installing and deploying DSE on Google Compute Engine, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon EC2.

Installing DSE 6.9 on Docker

Instructions for using DataStax Docker images to create DSE server, DSE OpsCenter, and DataStax Studio containers in non-production environments.

If you have installed hot fixes, be sure to manually remove the hot fix JAR files before upgrading DataStax Enterprise.

Installing DataStax Enterprise drivers

For version compatibility and installation information, see the DataStax drivers page.

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