The Sandbox Deployment Guide will take you through the process of installing and running your own single-node Interana instance. All you need to get started is a laptop and access to an AWS account (or a credit card to get one).
We'll show you how to install a single-node Interana cluster in Amazon Web Services (AWS). This is a simple installation but it's a great way to see what Interana can do for you.
The entire installation process takes about 30 minutes. During this installation process we'll show you how to:
- Create an AWS instance: this is where Interana and your data will live. We'll show you how to create an account quickly and configure it for Interana.
- Install required software: after creating the AWS instance, you can download and install the software we need to run Interana. There are only a few required pieces and they're easy to configure.
- Install Interana: next, you’ll run the Interana installer (and another application called Nginx, which Interana uses for our user interface). Then we'll show you how to start Interana and create the first (admin) user.
- Add your data: now it's time to add your data. We'll show you how to upload a data file, then we’ll finish with some tips to help you start running queries with Interana.
Let's get started!
Start by creating an AWS instance.