Dremio for an Azure deployment creates a coordinator and executor nodes that are associated with the selected cluster size.
An Azure portal account is required to deploy Dremio on Azure.
This link is associated with Dremio’s Azure template: Evaluate via Azure ARM
Log in using your Azure portal account (if you’re not already logged in).
To configure the Dremio deployment:
|Subscription||Azure subscription where the cluster should be deployed.|
|Resource Group*||The Azure Resource group where the cluster should be deployed.|
|Location||The Azure location where the cluster resources will be deployed.|
|Cluster Name||A name for your cluster.|
|Cluster Size*||Pick a size based on your needs.|
|SSH Username||The username that can be used to login to your nodes.|
|Authentication Type||Password or Key based authentication for ssh.|
|Password or SSH Public Key*||The password or SSH public key|
|Use Existing Subnet*||(Optional) ID of an existing subnet.|
|Use Private IP||Select true if you are using existing subnet and you want to use an internal IP from the subnet to access Dremio. Default: false|
|Dremio Binary||A public accessible URL to a Dremio RPM installer. Default: <empty> (latest CE release)|
It is recommended that you create a new resource group. Deleting a resource group deletes all the resources in it (and hence all the resources created by this template).
Based on the cluster size, the following machine types and number of executor nodes are implemented. Note that the cost of your Azure deployment depends on the selected cluster size.
|Cluster size||Coordinator VM Size||Executor VM Size||No. of Executors|
password is used, it must have as a minimum:
Use Existing Subnet parameter is set:
Click on the Notifications icon in the top right and then on the Deployment in progress… link.
Notifications > Deployment in progress…
Once your deployment is complete, select Output, copy the provided URL, and launch from a browser.
Output > URL
Register with Dremio and login.
For more information, see Dremio Tutorials & Resources