There are multiple ways to deploy the InfluxData Platform (also known as the TICK stack) in containers. See if one of the following container-based installation options meets your requirements.
Deploy the InfluxData Platform in Docker containers
You can deploy the InfluxData Platform OSS (TICK stack) in Docker containers using the InfluxData Sandbox to quickly get up and running and ready for exploration and testing. The InfluxData Sandbox is not intended for production environments, but it is a quick way to start using the InfluxData Platform and work with Docker containers.
Deploy InfluxData Platform components in Kubernetes
To deploy InfluxData Platform OSS components in Kubernetes, see
Deploy InfluxData Platform components in Kubernetes.
Deploy an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster on Amazon Web Services
To learn how to deploy InfluxDB Enterprise clusters on Amazon Web Services, see Deploy an InfluxDB Enterprise cluster on Amazon Web Services
Deploy InfluxData Platform in Google Cloud Platform
To learn about deploying InfluxDB Enterprise clusters on Google Cloud Platform (GCP), see Deploy InfluxData Platform in Google Cloud Platform.