Cloud Connected

Qpoint Proxy can be deployed using three primary methods, each providing flexibility and scalability depending on your infrastructure needs:

  1. Linux Binary: Directly install the Qpoint Proxy on your Linux or Darwin systems using a binary. This method is suitable for traditional on-premise environments where you want a straightforward installation process. The binary can be linked to the cloud control plane by specifying the --registration-token flag during execution.

  2. Docker Container: Deploy the Qpoint Proxy in a containerized environment using Docker. This approach is ideal for users who prefer container management and orchestration platforms. Use the --registration-token flag with the Docker run command to connect the proxy to the cloud control plane.

  3. Helm Chart: For Kubernetes deployments, the Qpoint Proxy can be installed using a Helm chart. This method simplifies the deployment and management of the proxy within Kubernetes clusters. The Helm chart allows you to set the registrationToken parameter, which facilitates the connection to the cloud control plane.

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