Initializing Sisense on Linux

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Note: Before you install Sisense, remember that your Linux non-root user must have Sudo permissions to initialize Sisense. If you have need to install Sisense with a Root user, see Sisense Service Permissions.

When installing Sisense, you must download and extract the Sisense Linux archive on your Linux machine. This archive includes five configuration files, one for each deployment type and a fifth generic config.yaml file that contains all parameters for each deployment. Sisense supports four types of deployments, single-node, cluster (multi-node), cloud-based Kubernetes, and OpenShift. Sisense recommends you use the relevant configuration file for your deployment as it includes just the parameters you need to define and nothing extra. By storing the configuration settings in the configuration files, you can reuse the file later to edit or update your settings.

Once the parameters have been defined, you run the script and Sisense will be deployed. You can then retrieve the URL to access the Sisense application online.

Click the links below for the instructions on deploying Sisense in the relevant environment:

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