This section describes the different types of nextgen gateway installation procedures.
The NextGen gateway collector is currently deployed in the following three ways:
This section also includes:
- Installation of High Availability Gateway
- Installation of NextGen Gateway on Ubuntu VM
- Helm Based Deployment
- Kubernetes Dashboard
NoteOpsRamp provides support for ISO/OVA images built on top of Ubuntu operating system. If a customer is using OpsRamp ISO/OVA, then our team will assist you in configuring your Kubernetes cluster. However, for customers who do not use OpsRamp’s ISO/OVA and opt to utilize their own Kubernetes cluster, then they will be responsible for configuring and maintaining the Kubernetes cluster.
For advanced configuration, refer to the Collector Bootstrap Tool documentation.
To deploy a NextGen cluster in your kubernetes environment, make sure your environment meets these requirements:
- Helm 3.8.2 or higher
- Kubernetes (K3S or K8S) - 1.20.x - 1.17.x or higher
- 8 GB Memory
- 50 GB Disk
- Linux OS
- AMD64/ARM64 Arch
- Configure the default storage class and CSI plugin in the Kubernetes cluster.
- Download the OpsRamp Collector Bootstrap Tool.
Refer to the article on how to download the OpsRamp Collector Bootstrap Tool.
Gateway Capacity Parameters
|CPU||Memory||Capacity (resources/min)||Capacity (metrics/min)|
|Large||8 core||16 GB||400||3200|
|Medium||4 core||8 GB||200||1600|
The above capacity parameters are approximate and can vary depending on various factors, such as template frequency, resource type, network protocol, and the type of metrics.