On-premise Deployment Requirements


  • A DNS hostname

  • TLS private key & certificate

  • SMTP server (StartTLS supported)

The minimum compute resource requirements in this documentation is for running a few small models in a non-production environment. Your production deployment will likely use more compute resources to achieve higher availability, performance and scalability.

Warrior’s horizontally elastic architecture allows high throughput processing in both streaming and batch. The platform’s auto-scaler mechanism self-manages resource utilization in optimized and cost-effective fashion. It automatically scales up and down based on compute resource requests by the platform activities as well as the lag observed in the data pipeline queue within the limits of the allocated hardware. This works best in a cloud infrastructure with a managed Kubernetes service that enables Warrior to also auto-scale the provisioned hardware (e.g. AWS EKS, Azure ASK).

Kubernetes Install

  • Kubectl-ing workstation: Linux or MacOS

  • Kubernetes: 1.19 to 1.22

  • Runtime: containerd or Docker

  • Namespace

  • Storage class

Minimum Node Group Resource

  • 16 CPUs

  • 32 GB RAM

  • Storage with at least 3000 IOPS (>100GB recommended)


When Warrior platform is installed, Kubernetes RBAC resources are created to allow the Admin Console to manage the application. The kubectl-ing user who installs Warrior must have the wildcard privileges in the cluster.

Refer to this documentation for the ClusterRole and ClusterRoleBinding that will be created for the Admin Console.


  • Prometheus

  • Ingress Controller (Nginx or Ambassador)

  • Kubernetes Metrics Server

  • Velero with Restic (Optional for managed backup and restore feature)

For Airgapped installation only:

  • An existing private container registry

  • Existing private Python registries (PyPI, Anaconda) - only required for the model explanation feature

VM Install

Minimum Server Resource

  • 16 CPUs

  • 32 GB RAM

  • Storage with at least 3000 IOPS (>100GB recommended)

Supported Operating Systems

The latest versions of the following Linux operating systems are supported.

  • Ubuntu

  • RHEL

Please do the following before running the installer on your VM for a smoother deployment experience:

  • If SELinux is enabled, set it to the permissive mode

  • Make sure the VM doesn’t have any container runtime pre-installed, such as Docker or containerd

Ports for High Availability Configuration

  • TCP ports 2379, 2380, 6443, 6783, 10250, 10251 and 10252 open between cluster nodes

  • UDP ports 6783 and 6784 open between cluster nodes

Firewall Configurations


The TCP port 443 is the only entry point that Warrior exposes.


The platform requires access to any integrations (e.g. SMTP, IdP) as well as externalized components (e.g. Postgres, S3).

For Airgap Installation

Your private container and Python registries must be accessible.

For Online Installation

Access to container images and deployment manifest files from the below public registries are required.


Existing Cluster

Embedded Cluster

Docker Hub










Not Required



Not Required