When installing Otomi using the chart, make sure the following client binaries exist:
Otomi requires a (Vanilla) Kubernetes cluster.
Otomi currently supports the following Kubernetes versions:
Minimal compute resource requirements
Otomi requires a node pool with at least 12 vCPU and 12 GiB RAM. Note that this is the requirements for a minimal install. When activating more apps, you'll probably need more resources.
To use the network policies feature in Otomi, make sure to install the Calico CNI or any other CNI that supports Kubernetes network polices.
Install a CSI driver for exposing block and file storage systems to containerized workloads.
To install Otomi on a AKS cluster in Azure, use the
azure provider. The
azure provider includes creating optimized storage classes and optional integration with the a Application Gateway Ingress Controller add-on.
Amazon Web Services (EKS)
To install Otomi on a EKS cluster in AWS, use the
Google Cloud Platform (GKE)
To install Otomi on a GKE cluster in GCP, use the
To install Otomi on a Kubernetes cluster in Digital Ocean, use the
digitalocean provider. Otomi is also available in the Digital Ocean marketplace.
To install Otomi on a OVHcloud Managed Kubernetes Service, use the
Linode Kubernetes Engine (LKE)
To install Otomi on a Linode Kubernetes Engine cluster, use the
To install Otomi on a Vultr Kubernetes Engine (VKE) cluster, use the
To install Otomi on a Civo K3s cluster, use the
Otomi on CIVO requires at least:
- A node pool with
3Large Standard nodes (4 CPU Cores and 8 GB RAM)
- Kubernetes version
Otomi installs and configures Nginx as a default ingress controller. When launching from the marketplace, make sure to unselect the default Traefik v2 (NodePort).
custom provider for all other clouds, and when running Kubernetes on your own hardware. The custom provider uses the default available storage classes. The only requirement for using the custom provider is to be able to create a Kubernetes LoadBalancer Service that can obtain an external accessible IP.