You can run GreptimeDB standalone on your local machine for testing and development.
GreptimeDB is designed for running in shared cloud environment, which enables faster on-boarding and zero-maintainence for users. We are working hard to bring the cloud version to you. Join our wait list and get notified when Greptime Cloud is available.
Step 1. Download
gtctl, the command-line tool for GreptimeDB
curl -L https://github.com/GreptimeTeam/gtctl/raw/develop/hack/install.sh | sh
Step 2. Verify if gtctl is successfully downloaded and works on your platform
Step 3. Create Kubernetes namespace for GreptimeDB
kubectl create namespace greptimedb-test
Step 4. Deploy GreptimeDB
./gtctl cluster create greptimedb-test -n greptimedb-test
Step 5. Use
kubectl to port forward the frontend
You can get the command from output of Step4:
kubectl port-forward svc/greptimedb-test-frontend -n greptimedb-test 4002:4002
Step 6. Connect to the database with standard MySQL client
mysql -h 127.0.0.1 -P 4002
Check our Getting Started guide to create your first table.