This article walks through installing Dundas BI on Windows. Users can then access it from any device without additional installations or tools.
This article describes how to install Dundas BI on a Linux server.
This article lists the folders that are installed for the Dundas BI Deployment application and a Dundas BI instance on the Dundas BI server.
This article shows you how to upgrade an existing Dundas BI instance using the Deployment application on a Windows server.
This article shows you how to remove or uninstall a Dundas BI instance from a Windows server using the Deployment application.
This article shows you how to install Dundas BI sample projects to an existing instance of Dundas BI, including usage and performance tracking dashboards ready to use for your instance.
This article details the steps to take after deploying the Dundas BI virtual machine from the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, as well as recommended actions and migration options.
This article details the steps to take in order to deploy Dundas BI on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
This article shows you how to deploy Dundas BI on AWS Elastic Beanstalk.
Deploying Dundas BI using Docker containers allows you to run on the OS or cloud platform of your choice, and use scaling and high availability options such as Kubernetes.
This article describes how to run Dundas BI on Kubernetes using Helm charts for automated scaling and management of Dundas BI containers.
This article describes the Dundas BI services that run on Linux servers and how to control them.
This article provides information about Dundas BI and reverse proxies used on Linux servers.
This article shows you how to deploy Dundas BI on multiple servers as a server farm for load balancing purposes or to set up a failover server.
The optional SAML2.0 protocol extension lets you set up federated authentication using the SAML 2.0 protocol.
This article details the steps in adding a Dundas BI scheduler service to an existing instance.
SQL Server authentication is recommended for connecting Dundas BI to its application and warehouse databases for security reasons. This article explains how to enable SQL Server authentication, and how to use it with a Dundas BI instance.
This article describes the dbi.config file used to define the pieces needed to start the application.
This article describes how you can silently deploy Dundas BI instances on Windows servers using the Deployment Console.
This article will detail the process of moving Dundas BI's application and warehouse databases from one database type to another.