Deepgram supports a variety of deployment methods, including an on-premises (on-prem) offering, which is an isolated service deployed to customer-requisitioned cloud instances or customer data centers. This guide will walk you through the process of setting up Deepgram on-prem in your own environment.
If you're an IT administrator deploying an on-prem instance of Deepgram, read on for high-level guidance on setup, suggested configuration, periodic maintenance, and frequently asked questions. We will describe all requirements and needed assets for the installation, tell you how to configure your environment and set up your server for the installation, show you how to install the actual Deepgram application, identify important files and directories related to the Deepgram installation, and help you plan your server maintenance and security practices.
Installing Deepgram on-prem in your own environment is an alternative for Deepgram as a service. Using Deepgram as a service enables you to avoid all hardware, installation, configuration, backup, and maintenance-related costs.
Deepgram provides a variety of components available for on-prem deployment. This guide describes how you create a deployment using Deepgram’s base components. If you are interested in learning about and deploying Deepgram’s optional components on premises, see Optional Components.
If you aren't certain which components your contract includes, please consult your Deepgram Account Representative.
The Deepgram API interfaces with the Deepgram Engine to expose endpoints for your requests.
The Deepgram Engine performs the computationally intensive task of speech analytics. It also manages GPU devices and responds to requests from the API layer. Because the Deepgram Engine is decoupled from the Deepgram API, you can scale it independently from the API.
Detailed troubleshooting and on-demand support require an on-going support contract with Deepgram. To learn more, please contact us.
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