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Exasol is available now on the open and flexible cloud platform Microsoft Azure. Access the database via the Azure Marketplace and get started in just minutes via Azure Virtual Machines.


Getting started

We recommend setting up Exasol as cluster. This offers the following advantages:

    • Scalability: easily scale out a cluster by adding additional nodes to process more data and to serve more concurrent users
    • High availability: When a nodes failes the system automatically tries to repair this node or includes a standby node into the system (if a standby node was configured).

However, for small data sizes or evaluation purposes a single-node system might be be sufficient and appropriate.


The easiest way to configure and deploy an Exasol cluster or single node system is using our Cloud Deployment Wizard for public clouds. This tool will guide you through the sizing, configuration and deployment process. Internally it uses and parameterizes our standard Azure Resource Manager templates (see below). After having configured your cluster you can either download the preconfigured templates or directly open them in the Azure Portal to proceed with the deployment process.



Exasol for Microsoft Azure is available via the Azure Marketplace

     Two different versions are available:

    Solutions and further technical information on this page are valid for both, the PAYG and the BYOL version.

Minimum system requirements for Exasol on AWS

  • Intel/AMD x86-64 (aka x64) CPUs with SSSE3 instruction set
  • 15+ GB recommended
  • Web-Browser: Firefox Version 10+

Single node installation

  • SOL-264 - Getting issue details... STATUS shows and explains how to install a single node instance.

Cluster installation

NEW: An Exasol cluster can be conveniently installed using our ARM template:

  • Cluster installation via ARM Template:  SOL-609 - Getting issue details... STATUS


More Information

For more information on the available instances on Azure please refer to http://azure.microsoft.com/en-gb/pricing/details/virtual-machines/ and to the following article  SOL-265 - Getting issue details... STATUS .

For information on how to select the appropriate instance size (sizing) please refer to the following article  SOL-265 - Getting issue details... STATUS .

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