Tempo documentation Set up a Tempo server or cluster
Set up a Tempo server or cluster
Tempo is available as a pre-compiled binary, a Docker image, and as common OS-specific packaging.
This section describes how to set up Tempo on a single Linux node or as a cluster using Kubernetes and Tanka. Tempo can also be set up as a distributed set of services.
This page highlights these steps; more detailed instructions are available on the procedures for installing Tempo.
Choose a method to deploy Tempo:
You can also use Docker to deploy Tempo using the Docker examples.
Test your installation
Once Tempo is deployed, you can test Tempo by visualizing traces data:
- Using a test application for a Tempo cluster for the Kubernetes with Tanka setup
- Using a Docker example to test the Linux setup
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