Kiuwan On-Premises is based on a client-server architecture that includes these major server components:
Kiuwan On-Premises can be installed on a single host or on multiple hosts (externalizing one, some or all of the provided infrastructure services).
You can also install Kiuwan On-Premises under your own AWS cloud, replacing the provided infrastructure services with compatible AWS services.
Kiuwan On-Premises defines three different roles for each Kiuwan instance:
The default installation will create a Kiuwan instance of each role.
All needed services are supplied as Docker containers. The following table summarizes all the available services:
|Image name||Services||Default number of containers||Maximum number of containers||Provider|
|mysql:5.7.27||mysql||1||1||Docker Official Images|
The following diagram shows the infrastructure that KoP installer will create by default:
The main purpose of each piece is (service names are shown between parentheses):
Depending on your needs, the Kiuwan On-Premises architecture supports both clustered environments and single-host installations. You can:
All Kiuwan instance containers can be scaled up (to a limit) or down to the default configuration. This means that you can start more containers of each Kiuwan role depending on your load needs.