Getting Started with Dremio on your Infrastructure
Dremio’s standalone quickstart is single node installation used for evaluation and testing purposes only.
See Dremio Downloads for the latest available packages.
MacOS and Windows installations are not supported.
- RHEL and CentOS 6.7+, 7.3+, and 8.3 (RPM and tarball)
- SLES 12 SP2+ (tarball)
- Ubuntu 14.04+ (tarball)
- Debian 7+ (tarball)
Dremio’s Linux Quickstart deploys Dremio on a RHEL or CentOS machine using the Dremio Linux RPM installer. This is for testing purposes only.
For production deployment models (or multi-node clusters for development purposes), see Cluster Deployments
Java Development Kit
The 64-bit Java Development Kit version 1.8 is required.
- Check to see if your instance has Java installed (and which version) through your System Preferences panel.
- Download the latest version of Java SE.
The Dremio UI works best with the following browsers:
- Google Chrome 54+
- Apple Safari 11+
- Mozilla Firefox 50+
- Microsoft Edge 14+
Installing and Starting Up
- Install Dremio using:
sudo yum localinstall dremio-<VERSION>.rpm
- Start Dremio:
sudo service dremio start
- You can now navigate to the Dremio UI at
Optionally, when running Dremio on a single laptop/machine that may experience network or IP changes, the following line can be added to dremio.conf under
/etc/dremio/ to allow Dremio to keep working: