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OmnisciDB Partners

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Our Technology Partners collaborate with us to integrate their products with OmniSci. This includes Public Cloud Partners, OEM Hardware Partners and other 3rd parties.

Where to find OmniSciDB in our Partner Marketplaces

Quickstart Guides

For a complete list of partners, please visit the OmniSci website.

Docker

Quickstart for OmniSciDB and Docker

CPU

The Docker CPU install requires the least preparation and configuration of the available installation choices.

GPU

Docker GPU installation requires additional preparation to enable the Docker container to take advantage of the NVIDIA cards on the host machine.

Additional resources:

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Google Cloud Platform

In order to launch OmniSciDB on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), you must have an account. By going through the Quickstart below, you will be prompted to sign up if you do not already have an account.

Quickstart for OmniSciDB and Google Cloud Platform

  • Launch OmniSci on Google Cloud Platform by selecting and configuring a GPU-enabled instance. Search for OmniSci on the omnisci-launcher-public project on Google Cloud Platform, and select a solution.
  • On the solution Launcher Page, click Launch on Compute Engine to begin configuring your deployment.
  • Complete the configuration on the new deployment page.
  • Accept the GCP Marketplace Terms of Service and click Deploy.
  • In the Deployment Manager, click the instance that you deployed.
  • Launch the OmniSci Immerse client

Boom! On successful login, you see a list of sample dashboards loaded into your instance.

For the complete and detailed instructions and additional links, please visit the Getting Started with OmniSci and Google Cloud Platform page or the Launching OmniSci on GCP Tutorial.

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AWS

OmniSci AWS AMI (Amazon Web Services Amazon Machine Image) allows developers to try OmniSciDB and OmniSci Immerse in the cloud. Perform visual analytics with the included New York Taxi database (featured in this video), or import and explore your own data.

Quickstart for OmniSciDB and AWS

These are brief instructions that skip to specific tasks you must perform to deploy a sample environment.

For the complete instructions and additional links, please visit the Getting Started with OmniSci and AWS page or learn more with the OmniSci-AWS Kinesis Tutorial.

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Azure

In order to get started with OmniSciDB on Azure, you must have a Microsoft Azure account. If you do not have an account, go to the Microsoft Azure home page to sign up for one.

Quickstart for OmniSciDB and Azure

Get started by configuring your OmniSci instance.

  • Log in to your Microsoft Azure portal.
  • On the left side menu, create a Resource group, or use one that your organization has created.
  • On the left side menu, click Virtual machines, and then click Add.
  • Create your virtual machine.
  • Click Review + create. Azure reviews your entries, creates the required services, deploys them, and starts the VM.
  • Once the VM is running, select the VM you just created and click the Networking tab.
  • Click the Add inbound button and configure security rules to allow any source, any destination, and destination port 9092 so you can access OmniSci Immerse from a browser on that port.Consider renaming the rule to 9092-Immerse or something similar so that the default name makes sense.
  • Click Add and verify that your new rule appears.

The Azure-specific configuration is complete.

Next, follow standard OmniSci installation instructions for your Linux distribution and installation method.

For the complete instructions with screenshots, please visit the Getting Started with OmniSci and Azure page or check out the OmniSci-Azure Power BI Tutorial.

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Become a Partner

Interested in becoming an OmniSci Partner? Learn more about partnerships and apply to become a partner.

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