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This is documentation for Rasa Enterprise Documentation v1.0.x, which is no longer actively maintained.
For up-to-date documentation, see the latest version (1.2.x).

Version: 1.0.x

Requirements

Requirements

  • GCP account
  • a configured Google Cloud CLI
  • kubectl
  • helm

Install & Configure the Google Cloud CLI

To install the Google Cloud CLI, gcloud, follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install the gcloud SDK, which includes gcloud:

brew install google-cloud-sdk

For more information on the Google Cloud SDK visit https://cloud.google.com/sdk/docs/install

After you've installed gcloud, configure project-id and compute-zone.

gcloud config set project project-id
gcloud config set compute/zone compute-zone

Install Terraform

To install Terraform, find the appropriate package for your system and download it as a zip archive.

After downloading Terraform, unzip the package. Terraform runs as a single binary named terraform. Any other files in the package can be safely removed and Terraform will still function. Finally, make sure that the Terraform binary is available on your PATH. This process will differ depending on your operating system.

Print a colon-separated list of locations in your PATH:

echo $PATH

Move the Terraform binary to one of the listed locations. This command assumes that the binary is currently in your downloads folder and that your PATH includes /usr/local/bin, but you can customize it if your locations are different.

mv ~/Downloads/terraform /usr/local/bin/

Install kubectl

To install the kubectl (Kubernetes CLI), follow these instructions or choose a package manager based on your operating system.

Use the package manager homebrew to install the kubectl:

brew install kubernetes-cli