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Kubernetes


All the Eclipse Hono™ components can be deployed on Kubernetes, thanks to the resources YAML files that are provided through the repository. These files describe such components in terms of deployments and services in order to have the right pods running in the Kubernetes cluster so that they are able to communicate with each other.
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OpenShift / OKD


This guide describes how Eclipse Hono™ can be deployed on OpenShift with EnMasse, using the source-to-image (S2I) way. Using this approach, it is possible to customize and refresh the base images where Hono runs in. It also uses a more complex, multi-project setup and separates EnMasse and Grafana from the core Hono project.
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Azure Kubernetes Service


This guide describes the installation of Eclipse Hono™ on Microsoft Azure. It is not meant for productive use but rather for evaluation as well as demonstration or development purposes or as a baseline to evolve a production grade Application architecture out of it which includes Hono.
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Docker Swarm


Eclipse Hono™ components are distributed by means of Docker images which can be deployed to arbitrary environments where Docker is available. This section provides step-by-step instructions for deploying Hono to a cluster of Docker Engine nodes running in Swarm mode.
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Eclipse Hono deployment on Microsoft Azure with Helm


This guide describes the installation of Eclipse Hono on Microsoft Azure. It is not meant for productive use but rather for evaluation as well as demonstration or development purposes or as a baseline to evolve a production grade Application architecture out of it which includes Eclipse Hono.
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Limiting Resource Usage


Deploying Eclipse Hono™ to a container orchestration platform is easy thanks to the provided Docker images. This page provides some guidance for configuring the resource consumption of these containers in order to make sure that they get enough memory and CPU to run properly, but to also make sure that individual containers do not use up all the resources causing other containers to starve.
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