The Synergy SKY Platform is a Linux based VM image that can be hosted within most virtualized environments. This article describes deployment within VMWare environments including how to:
- Download the required virtual machine image
- Import the .vmdk file
- Start the server
CPU: 6 cores
RAM: 16 GB
HDD: 500 GB (SSD mandatory)
The Minimum Supported version is VMware vSphere version 6.7.
Please refer to the General Requirements
Step by Step Guide
Download the Virtual Machine Image
- Download the virtual machine image from this link: https://download.synergysky.com/image/synergyskysuite_vmware.zip
- Extract the zip file to the location/server that you would like the virtual hard drive to reside.
- Browse to Virtual Machines and choose Create / Register VM. In the 'New Virtual Machine' window, select 'Deploy a virtual machine from an OVA or OVA file'
- Type in the name of your Virtual Machine. Browse to the location on your local machine where you downloaded the Synergy SKY Platform and select the file 'synergysky-appliance-20_wmware-disk1.vmdk'
- Select the data store where you would like the Synergy SKY Platform to be installed on
- Select your deployment options.
- Apply your required network mapping
- We recommend 'Thin' Disk provisioning to allow for the database to grow as and when call data is processed and stored in the database.
- Click Next, verify that your Server specifications are inline with the requirements and choose Finish
Note: It is recommended that you select "EFI" boot under the boot options for the virtual machine, otherwise the virtual machine might not boot up.
Creating a Secondary Disk
- Once the image has been imported and is available as a virtual machine in your VMWare environment, navigate to the deployed virtual Synergy SKY Platform, right-click on it, and select .
- Click to add another hard disk.
- On the page of the Add Hardware wizard, select , and then click .
- On the page, select , and then click .
- On the page, set the to 500GB
- The page displays the disk details for verification.
Start the VM
- Once the VM has been created, browse to the 'Virtual Machines' list and Power On the VM.
Your instance should now be running, and can be accessed using default username and password over SSH.
To complete the configuration of the virtual machine, please go to this article.