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Deployment guidelines

Hybrid Data Pipeline is a highly adaptable software service that can be securely integrated into a variety of network environments. Follow these guidelines to get your Hybrid Data Pipeline environment up and running.
*Determine how to deploy Hybrid Data Pipeline. Hybrid Data Pipeline can be deployed either on a standalone node or behind a load balancer on one or more nodes. See Deployment scenarios for detailed information.
*Determine which components you need to install and configure in addition to the Hybrid Data Pipeline server. The ODBC driver must be installed to support ODBC applications, and the JDBC driver to support JDBC applications. The On-Premises Connector can be installed for direct, secure access to on-premises data sources.
*Ensure that Product requirements are met for each component you are installing. At this time, the Hybrid Data Pipeline server must be installed on a Linux 64-bit machine.
*Collect the information needed for server installation. For example, host and port information must be supplied during the installation of the Hybrid Data Pipeline server. The information you need, in part, depends on your deployment scenario.
*Install the Hybrid Data Pipeline server. Refer to the Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline Installation Guide for details.
*After the installation of the server, proceed with the installation of supporting components, such as the On-Premises Connector, as appropriate. Refer to the Progress DataDirect Hybrid Data Pipeline Installation Guide for details.
*Build out the Hybrid Data Pipeline environment. See Administering Hybrid Data Pipeline.
*Establish a single-tenant or multitenant architecture. See Tenant architectures.
*Use the Web UI or Administrators API to provision users. See User provisioning for details.
*Use the Web UI or Data Sources API to create data sources to support queries to data stores such as Oracle and Salesforce. See Creating data sources with the Web UI and Data Sources API.
*Configure your OData applications to query the data sources you have created. See Configuring data sources for OData connectivity and working with data source groups, Getting started with OData Version 4, and Getting started with OData Version 2.
*Configure the ODBC and JDBC drivers, as well as your ODBC and JDBC applications, to query data sources. See Getting started with the ODBC Driver and Getting started with the JDBC driver .