To install seldon-core on a Kubernetes cluster you have several choices:
- If you have a Google Cloud Platform account you can install via the GCP Marketplace.
For CLI installs:
We presently support Helm installs.
Install Seldon Core¶
You will need a kubernetes cluster with version >=1.11.0.
First install Helm. When helm is installed you can deploy the seldon controller to manage your Seldon Deployment graphs.
helm install seldon-core-operator --name seldon-core --repo https://storage.googleapis.com/seldon-charts --set usageMetrics.enabled=true --namespace seldon-system
- You can use
--namespaceto install the seldon-core controller to a particular namespace but we recommend seldon-system.
- For full configuration options see here
For particular ingresses we support you can inform the controller it should activate processing for them.
--set ambassador.enabled=true: The controller will add annotations to services it creates so Ambassador can pick them up and wire an endpoint for your deployments.
- Istio Gateway
--set istio.enabled=true: The controller will create virtual services and destination rules to wire up endpoints in your istio ingress gateway.
Install an Ingress Gateway¶
We presently support two API Ingress Gateways
We suggest you install the official helm chart. At present we recommend 0.40.2 version due to issues with grpc in the latest.
helm install stable/ambassador --name ambassador --set crds.keep=false
Install Istio Ingress Gateway¶
If you are using istio then the controller will create virtual services for an istio gateway. By default it will assume the gateway
seldon-gateway as the name of the gateway. To change the default gateway add
--set istio.gateway=XYZ when installing the seldon-core-operator.