When installing Konvoy for a project, line-of-business, or enterprise, the first step is to determine the infrastructure on which you want to deploy.
For example, you can:
- Install on a public cloud infrastructure, such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure.
- Install on an internal network with a physical (bare metal) or virtual infrastructure.
- Install on a single laptop with a virtual infrastructure.
The infrastructure you select then determines the specific requirements for a successful installation.
Provision a customized cluster
Learn how to provision a customized Konvoy cluster…Read More
Supported Operating Systems
Supported operating systems for Konvoy…Read More
FIPS 140-2 Compliance
Provision a Cluster in FIPS-140 Operating Mode…Read More
Install on AWS
Prepare for and install Konvoy on AWS…Read More
Install on Azure
Prepare for and install Konvoy on Azure…Read More
Install on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)
Prepare for and install Konvoy on Google Cloud Platform (GCP)…Read More
Install on VMWare vSphere (vSphere)
Prepare for and install Konvoy on VMWare vSphere (vSphere)…Read More
Install Konvoy in an on-premises environment…Read More
Install Konvoy in an air-gapped environment…Read More
Install on secured machines
Install on secured machines…Read More
Install on a developer machine
Install Konvoy on a developer machine…Read More
Configure node pools for the Konvoy cluster…Read More
Configure bastion hosts
Configure bastion hosts for access to the Konvoy cluster…Read More
Configure HTTP Proxy
Configure HTTP proxy for the Konvoy cluster…Read More
Verify Konvoy installation
Check Konvoy components to verify the status of your cluster…Read More
Advanced SSH configurations
Advanced SSH configurations for the Konvoy installer…Read More
Tips and Tricks
Discover additional information to enhance and troubleshoot your Konvoy configuration.…Read More