Tecton's CLI and cloud deployment requirements are documented below. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if there are any further questions.
Recent macOS versions are supported.
Recent Linux distributions of CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu are supported.
Windows support is in beta. Install the Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows(WSL) following the Microsoft WSL Install Guide. WSL requires Windows 10 and a build higher than version 18362. If you have a lower build version, use the Windows Update Assistant to update your version of Windows before installing WSL.
The Tecton CLI supports Mac, Linux, and Windows. Use the version of the Tecton CLI version that is compatible with your installed Python version. Check your installed Python version with
python -V and
pip -V. Check the installed Tecton CLI version with
|Tecton CLI version||Python version|
|>= 0.3||3.7, 3.8, 3.9|
|0.1 - 0.2.11||3.7, 3.8|
See Deploying Tecton for an overview of Tecton's SaaS Deployment model. Please note that deployment is currently AWS-based. At this time, Tecton does not support Azure, or GCP. If your requirements are not supported, please contact our sales team to set up a discussion.
Tecton can be used in all AWS regions supported by Databricks. For more details on available regions, please refer to the Databricks documentation.
Tecton can be used in all AWS regions supported by EMR. For more details on regions and availability zones, please refer to the AWS EMR FAQs for Regions and Availability Zones.
Using Tecton on Snowflake requires Python 3.8. Tecton can be used in all AWS regions supported by Snowflake. For more details on available regions, please refer to the Snowflake documentation.