Starting with release 6.0.4, you have the flexibility to run ThoughtSpot on an RHEL 7.7 image that your organization manages internally.
On release 6.0.5, you can run ThoughtSpot on an RHEL 7.7 or 7.8 image.
ThoughtSpot certifies RHEL 7.7 and 7.8 on the following platforms:
- Bare metal deployments on the two ThoughtSpot-certified hardware appliances: DELL and SMC
- Cloud deployments: Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
Follow these steps to deploy ThoughtSpot through RHEL:
|❏||Complete installation prerequisites|
|❏||Get ThoughtSpot artifacts|
|❏||Install ThoughtSpot in RHEL online clusters, or
Install ThoughtSpot in RHEL offline clusters
Additionally, learn how you can:
- Upgrade ThoughtSpot for RHEL to a new release
- Add a new node to an existing ThoughtSpot cluster in RHEL
Finally, to see what additional 3rd-party Yum, Python, and R packages your ThoughtSpot installation includes by default, see Packages installed with ThoughtSpot for RHEL