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Install BindPlane OP Server

BindPlane OP Server runs on Linux and supports the following distributions:

  • Red Hat, Centos, Oracle Linux 7, 8, 9
  • Debian 11 and 12
  • Ubuntu LTS 20.04, 22.04
  • SUSE Linux 12 and 15
  • Alma and Rocky Linux


📘 Prerequisites

You should verify that your system meets the recommended Resource Requirements

While BindPlane OP Server will generally run on any modern distribution of Linux, systemd is the only supported init system.

Install BindPlane OP Server

Debian and RHEL-style packages are available for BindPlane Server.

An installation script is available to simplify installation. Additionally, you can download packages directly, see our Downloads.

1curl -fsSlL -o && bash --init

Once installed initialized, you can check the service.

1sudo systemctl status bindplane


BindPlane OP can run as a container using Docker. See the Download page for instructions.

Container Image Repositories

BindPlane OP container images can be found in the following locations:

  • Github Packages:
  • Google Artifact Repository:
  • Docker Hub: observiq/bindplane-ee

Container images are tagged with the release version. For example, Release "v1.35.0" will have the tag "observiq/bindplane-ee:1.35.0".