This is documentation for the next version of Grafana. For the latest stable release, go to the latest version.
This section discusses the hardware and software requirements as well as the process of installing Grafana on different operating systems. This section has the following topics:
- Install on Debian or Ubuntu
- Install on RPM-based Linux (CentOS, Fedora, OpenSuse, RedHat)
- Install on macOS
- Install on Windows
- Run Docker image
- Deploy Grafana on Kubernetes
To install Grafana Enterprise, refer to the instructions for installing Grafana on your system. Then, refer to Activate an Enterprise license.
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