6 Month Free Trial

We will support up to 50 of your nodes and don't require a payment method. Follow the steps below to download and run Latency Sensei in your own environment.

Step 1

Start your free trial.

Step 2

Select a platform and follow the download instructions.

Requirements:
  • Managed Kubernetes service from AWS, Azure or Google Cloud
  1. Add Clockwork Helm repository to the list of known repositories (this is only needed once)
    helm repo add clockwork https://clockwork-charts.storage.googleapis.com
  2. Download your credentials file from here, if you haven't already
  3. Install Sensei Helm chart, just as you would any other Helm chart
    helm install -f <path-to-creds.yaml> sensei clockwork/sensei

Sensei should now be up and running on your Kubernetes cluster. Visit Monitor or Auditor to learn more about your cluster.

Requirements:
  • Debian 9 or later
  • CPU architecture: x86_64
  1. Install Sensei on your reference VM using this command
    <curl command>
  2. Install Sensei on your other VMs using this command
    <curl command>

Sensei should now be up and running on your VM cluster. Visit Monitor or Auditor to learn more about your cluster.

Requirements:
  • Ubuntu 18.04 or later
  • CPU architecture: x86_64
  1. Install Sensei on your reference VM using this command
    <curl command>
  2. Install Sensei on your other VMs using this command
    <curl command>

Sensei should now be up and running on your VM cluster. Visit Monitor or Auditor to learn more about your cluster.

Requirements:
  • Red Hat 7 or later
  • CPU architecture: x86_64
  1. Install Sensei on your reference VM using this command
    <curl command>
  2. Install Sensei on your other VMs using this command
    <curl command>

Sensei should now be up and running on your VM cluster. Visit Monitor or Auditor to learn more about your cluster.

Requirements:
  • CentOS 7 or later
  • CPU architecture: x86_64
  1. Install Sensei on your reference VM using this command
    <curl command>
  2. Install Sensei on your other VMs using this command
    <curl command>

Sensei should now be up and running on your VM cluster. Visit Monitor or Auditor to learn more about your cluster.