Deploying Enterprise Edition

To deploy and use Pachyderm’s Enterprise Edition, you simply need to follow one of our guides to deploy Pachyderm and then activate the Enterprise Edition.

Note - Pachyderm’s Enterprise dashboard is now deployed by default with Pachyderm. If you wish to deploy without the dashboard please use pachctl deploy [command] --no-dashboard

Note - You can get a FREE evaluation token for the enterprise edition on the landing page of the Enterprise dashboard.

Activating Pachyderm Enterprise Edition

There are two ways to activate Pachyderm’s enterprise features::

For either method, you will need to have your Pachyderm Enterprise activation code available. You should have received this from Pachyderm sales/support when registering for the Enterprise Edition. If you are a new user evaluating Pachyderm, you can receive a FREE evaluation code on the landing page of the dashboard. Please contact support@pachyderm.io if you are having trouble locating your activation code.

Activate via the pachctl CLI

Assuming you followed one of our deploy guides and you have a Pachyderm cluster running, you should see that the state of your Pachyderm cluster is similar to the following:

$ kubectl get pods
NAME                     READY     STATUS    RESTARTS   AGE
dash-6c9dc97d9c-vb972    2/2       Running   0          6m
etcd-7dbb489f44-9v5jj    1/1       Running   0          6m
pachd-6c878bbc4c-f2h2c   1/1       Running   0          6m

You should also be able to connect to the Pachyderm cluster via the pachctl CLI:

$ pachctl version
COMPONENT           VERSION             
pachctl             1.6.8           
pachd               1.6.8

Activating the Enterprise features of Pachyderm is then as easy as:

$ pachctl enterprise activate <activation-code>

If this command returns no error, then the activation was successful. The state of the Enterprise activation can also be retrieved at any time via:

$ pachctl enterprise get-state   
ACTIVE

Activate via the dashboard

You can active Enterprise Edition directly in the dashboard. There’s two ways to access the dashboard:

  1. If you can directly connect, simply point your browser to port 30080 on your kubernetes cluster’s IP address.
  2. You can enable port forwarding by calling pachctl port-forward, then point your browser to localhost:30080.

When you first visit the dashboard, it will prompt you for your activation code:

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Once you enter your activation code, you should have full access to the Enterprise dashboard and your cluster will be an active Enterprise Edition cluster. This could be confirmed with:

$ pachctl enterprise get-state   
ACTIVE