Get started with Seldon Deploy
Obtain access to use Seldon Deploy for your enterprise by getting in touch with Seldon.
- Trial Installations - Scripts that install default configurations that can be used to trial the seldon deploy cluster. These provide a simple way to get up and running to test the functionalities.
- Production Installation - Modular installation into existing cluster with instructions on how to leverage Seldon Deploy integrations. This is recommended installation for production setups.
Below are the integrations that Seldon Deploy supports, together with the versions currently supported for each of the framework.
||1.1.6 and above
||6.x and above
||1.4.x and above
||9.7 and above
|Fluentd (or equivalent ELK log collection)
||6.x and above
|Dex (or equivalent OIDC provider - eg Keycloak)
||2.x and above
||0.3 and above
|Knative (Eventing, Serving & Monitoring)
||0.11 and above
||https://hub.docker.com/ Access needs to be granted explicitly by Seldon in order to access resources such as docker images. A dockerhub account is needed and its credentials will be needed to setup imagePullSecrets.
||1.12 … 1.16
||Seldon Deploy requires Kubernetes version greater than or equal to 1.12 and less than or equal to 1.16.
||To use GitOps access an HTTPS access to git server is required. GitOps is optional, but suggested.
||within one minor version difference of your cluster
||3.0.0 or greater is required
||2 x n1-standard-8 nodes
||This is 16vCPUs and 60GB RAM.
||4 x t2.xlarge
||This is to allow headroom to run models and because the full install includes kubeflow, knative, istio and the elastic and grafana-prometheus stacks.
Fewer and larger worker nodes are suggested as this requires less resource for the control plane. On EKS in particular increasing resources for the control plane has to be done explicitly
. Too few nodes can also lead to problems on EKS with pods per node
Download Seldon Deploy installation resources
Trial installations for setting up a new clusters
Custom installation crafted to your needs