As of the December 2017 release, Hyperion servers used with an active Core subscription must use a 64-bit Linux distribution which is running the systemd init system.
Customers with a Core Enterprise subscription can install Hyperion on a self-hosted server running Linux. This is only supported on an Enterprise plan and is not available on a Core 2.1 Basic / Plus / Pro plan.
- This can be a physical server located on-premise or in a data center, or on a virtual machine.
- The self-hosted Hyperion server is linked to your Core account, and is only supported for use with the Core account.
- Updates to the Hyperion are provided for the duration of your active Core Enterprise subscription.
- If a Core Enterprise subscription is cancelled, continued use of the Hyperion software is not permitted and it must be removed.
1. Log in to your Core account at https://corecloud.tv
2. Select Engines, Hyperion Engines, then click + Launch at top right, and then Install & Run
3. Copy the link under the Installing Hyperion Software section
4. Open a terminal on your Linux server and paste/run the install script shown in your Core account
NOTE: only the following Linux distributions are supported for Hyperion installation or configuration issues with Core:
- CentOS 7
- CentOS 8
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8
- Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
- Ubuntu 18.04 LTS
Clean OS install is preferred to removing legacy Hyperion software.
Customers may use other Linux distributions or more recent versions (as long as they have a systemd init system), but Teradek cannot provide direct assistance for any installation or configuration issues that may arise in those circumstances.
For information on the firewall configuration and network ports required for use with Core, refer to this article.