Latest release and documentation

HPCC Systems Bare Metal Platform

The latest gold release of our Bare Metal is available on the HPCC Systems download page on our website. When release candidates for ongoing development are available, they are shown under the Version section on our download page. Find out more about our release schedule. Select the type of release you want (gold/release candidate), then select the operating system to see the list of features available. The minimum recommended dowload requirements are auto selected. Check the additional features you require and select the DOWNLOAD button.



For the most up to date support info, please go to our github repository:

https://github.com/hpcc-systems/HPCC-Platform/blob/master/devdoc/VersionSupport.md

We currently support the following operating systems:

Operating System

Platform

VM Image (64 bit)

HyperV Image (64 bit)

Client Tools

ECLIDE

Nagios Monitoring

Ganglia Monitoring

Embedded Language Plugins

Operating System

Platform

VM Image (64 bit)

HyperV Image (64 bit)

Client Tools

ECLIDE

Nagios Monitoring

Ganglia Monitoring

Embedded Language Plugins

Mac/OSX

-



-

Yes

-

-

-

-

Windows

-

No

Yes

Yes

Yes

-

-

-

CentOS7/RHEL7

Yes

No

-

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

CentOS8/RHEL8

Yes

No

Yes

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Yes

No

-

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

Yes

No

-

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS

Yes

No

-

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

Ubuntu 22.10 

Yes

No

-

Yes

-

No

No

Yes

HPCC Systems Cloud Native Platform

A number of blogs have been written to help you get started using our Cloud Native Platform. Use our Cloud Native Wiki Page to see all the resources available including some How To videos and links to our Helm Chart Repository, including some examples. We have also added a new Containerized HPCC Systems Platform Guide to our documentation suite.

Status for Supported Releases:

We always recommend keeping up to date with releases to take advantage of the latest resolved issues, enhancement and new features. Click the image to zoom in.

Looking for the sources to build your own system? You'll find them in our github repository along with information about how to do it.

Want to know more about the release? Use the following resources:

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