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DataStax Enterprise 6.7 can be installed in a number of ways, depending on the purpose of the installation, and the type of operating system.
Which install method should I use?
Guidance for choosing the best DataStax Enterprise 6.7 installation method for your purposes.
Installing supporting software
Installing the JDK on supported platforms and installing Python 2.7 on older RHEL-based package installations.
Installing a cluster using Lifecycle Manager 6.7
Lifecycle Manager (LCM) allows you to easily provision, configure, and install DataStax Enterprise clusters.
Installing from the Yum package
Instructions for installing DataStax Enterprise 6.7 using Yum repositories on RHEL-based systems.
Installing from the Debian package
Instructions for installing DataStax Enterprise 6.7 using APT repositories on Debian-based systems.
Install from the tarball on any Linux distribution
Instructions for installing DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 6.7 on any supported Linux-based platform.
Installing patch releases
DataStax provides binary tarballs and Debian and RHEL packages for installing current and previous DSE 6.7.x patch releases.
Installing on cloud providers
Information for installing DataStax Enterprise on Google Compute Engine, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon AWS.
Installing on Docker
Information about creating DataStax Enterprise (DSE) server, DSE OpsCenter, and DataStax Studio containers using DataStax Docker images in non-production environments.
Uninstalling DSE
Steps for uninstalling DataStax Enterprise 6.7.
Default DSE file locations
Default file locations when installing DataStax Enterprise 6.7.
Install development tools to interact with DataStax Enterprise.
Installing CQLSH
Install the standalone CQLSH tool using a binary tarball on any Linux-based platform.
Installing DataStax Studio 6.7
Steps for installing and running DataStax Studio 6.7.
Installing DSE Graph Loader
Install DSE Graph Loader using a binary tarball on any Linux-based platform.
Installing DataStax Bulk Loader 1.3.4
Install DataStax Bulk Loader to load and unload DSE or DDAC data efficiently and reliably.
Installing DataStax Apache Kafka Connector 1.1.1
Install on Linux-based platform using a binary tarball.
DSE OpsCenter installation options include package installations using YUM and APT, and binary tarball.
Installing from the RPM package
Install the DSE OpsCenter using Yum repositories on RedHat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), CentOS, and Oracle Linux (OL) distributions.
Installing from the Debian package
Install DSE OpsCenter using APT repositories on Debian or Ubuntu distributions.
Installing from the tarball on any Linux distribution
Install DSE OpsCenter on any Linux Distribution or Mac OS X using the OpsCenter binary tarball.
Installing on Docker
Create an DSE OpsCenter Docker container using a DataStax maintained Docker image.
Uninstalling OpsCenter
Instructions to uninstall DSE OpsCenter for all installation methods: standalone, RPM, Debian, or tarball.
Installing DataStax Agents 6.7
DataStax agents must be installed on every managed node in a cluster and are necessary to perform most of the functionality within DSE OpsCenter 6.7.