The Hydrosphere platform can be installed in the following orchestrator's:
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Docker installation

To install Hydrosphere using docker-compose, you should have the following prerequisites installed on your machine.

Install from releases

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    Download the latest 3.0.0 release from the releases page:
wget -O hydro-serving-${HYDROSPHERE_RELEASE}.tar.gz${HYDROSPHERE_RELEASE}.tar.gz
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    Unpack the tar ball:
tar -xvf hydro-serving-${HYDROSPHERE_RELEASE}.tar.gz
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    Set up an environment:
cd hydro-serving-${HYDROSPHERE_RELEASE}
docker-compose up

Install from source

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    Clone the serving repository:
    git clone
  2. 2.
    Set up an environment:
    cd hydro-serving
    docker-compose up -d
To check the installation, open http://localhost/. By default, Hydrosphere UI is available at port 80.

Kubernetes installation

By default, Hydrosphere spins up a minimal installation applicable only for testing purposes. Consult this document for details about deploying production-ready Hydrosphere instance.
To install Hydrosphere on the Kubernetes cluster you should have the following prerequisites fulfilled.
  • Helm 3.0+
  • PV support on the underlying infrastructure (if persistence is required)
  • Docker registry with pull/push access (if the built-in one is not used)

Install from charts repository

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    Add the Hydrosphere charts repository:
    helm repo add hydrosphere
  2. 2.
    Install the chart from repo to the cluster:
    helm install --name serving --namespace hydrosphere hydrosphere/serving

Install from source

  1. 1.
    Clone the repository:
    git clone
    cd hydro-serving/helm
  2. 2.
    Build dependencies:
    helm dependency build serving
  3. 3.
    Install the chart:
    helm install --namespace hydrosphere serving
After the chart has been installed, you have to expose the ui component outside of the cluster. For the sake of simplicity, we will just port-forward it locally.
kubectl port-forward -n hydrosphere svc/serving-ui 8080:9090
To check the installation, open http://localhost:8080/.
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