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ZenML Self-Hosted

A guide on how to deploy ZenML in a self-hosted environment.
A ZenML deployment typically looks like this:
Some of the important components at play include:
  • An HTTP server that exposes a RESTful API
    • the client's machine connects to this server to read and write the stack configurations to allow collaboration
    • the individual orchestrators and step operators communicate with the server to write and track the pipeline run data
    • the dashboard is served from the server to give a UI interface to all the metadata
  • An SQL database that acts as the backend to track configurations and metadata
    • for production, currently, only MySQL is supported
  • An optional secrets management service that is used as a backend for the ZenML secrets store
Choose the most appropriate deployment strategy for you out of the following options to get started with the deployment:
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