This is documentation for Rasa X/Enterprise Documentation v1.0.x, which is no longer actively maintained.
For up-to-date documentation, see the latest version (1.2.x).
For the use of Rasa X the Rasa X License Terms apply. For the use of Rasa Enterprise the Rasa Enterprise License Terms apply.
Rasa X is available as a Helm Chart for a cluster setup. If you are not using Helm in your cluster, you can still use the following instructions to generate the Kubernetes or OpenShift object configurations via the Helm command-line interface, and install those configurations manually.
Installing Rasa X using the Helm chart is likely a good way to go if any of the following apply to you:
- You are installing Rasa Enterprise.
- You are installing Rasa X for use in production and you need high availability.
- You need to customize your deployment to your environment.
This method is recommended especially if you already use a Kubernetes cluster in your infrastructure.
The Rasa X Helm chart is open-source and available in the rasa-x-helm repository. Please create an issue in this repository if you discover bugs or have suggestions for improvements.
- Are you unfamiliar with Helm? Check out our video course and learn about Helm and Kubernetes.