DivvyCloud provides multiple ways to install, test, and develop with the DivvyCloud platform. A test drive install is ideal for small test cases and local workstation development. For details on a specific test instance and local development install refer to the individual test instance pages.
For testing, DivvyCloud provides two routes for deploying the platform.
- If your test will have no more than 5-6 accounts, the Linux Test Drive is recommended.
- If you are going to test more than 5-6 accounts we recommend using one of the scalable deployment methods.
For local development on your Mac or Windows workstation we recommend a smaller local install. Refer to the pages with instructions for deploying Docker and the DivvyCloud platform on both Mac OSX and Windows.
When deploying a test drive for DivvyCloud, we recommend the following VM specifications for testing:
- VM: 4core - 16gig memory - 40gig storage
- OS: Ubuntu 18.04 (Recommended) or Amazon Linux, or RHEL/CentOS.
The default Linux Test Drive Deployment creates a self-signed certificate for use with the DivvyCloud platform. To use your own certificate you will need the cert and key files to place on the instance once DivvyCloud is installed.
DivvyCloud also requires some outbound network connectivity. Full details can be found on the Product Architecture page.
In addition, to test the requirements outlined above, DivvyCloud provides a Preflight check script, located here:
curl -s https://s3.amazonaws.com/divvypreflight/preflight.sh | sudo bash
Take a look at an example of a spinning up a POC Installation here.
Updated about a month ago