These requirements apply to Trifacta® Self-Managed Enterprise Edition, which interacts with the platform through the browser.
Access to the platform requires Google Chrome. For more information, see https://www.google.com/chrome/.
NOTE: Parts of the application may become hidden or distorted unless zoom level is set to 100%.
NOTE: In some cases, ad blocking extensions in your browser, such as AdBlock, can interfere with features of the product. If you are experiencing issues with some Trifacta features, you may need to disable any ad blockers.
NOTE: Multiple browser tabs or windows open to different versions of the product is not supported.
NOTE: If you are using the Wrangler Enterprise desktop application, an installed instance of Chrome is not required. Additional requirements are listed below.
Google Chrome Requirements
Trifacta Self-Managed Enterprise Edition requires the use of Google-supported client extensions. Supported desktop Google Chrome clients:
WebAssembly client extension
No other configuration is required.
Tip: WebAssembly is the default client deployed by the platform.
In this release, the following limitations apply to use of WebAssembly:
- The current implementation of WebAssembly in this release is single-threaded, and performance may be impacted.
- Google has not yet implemented multi-threaded WebAssembly.
When multi-threading is available, the Trifacta Photon client will feature multi-threading.
- Progress bars are not displayed for actions in the Transformer page. This is a known issue.
PNaCl client extension
Additional installation and enablement is required on each desktop. See below.
Support for PNaCl desktop client is likely to be deprecated in a future release. Please upgrade your Google Chrome browser to 68+.
The component is downloaded from Google and updated after Chrome's installation. Therefore, an internet connection is required for its initial download. Notes:
- The component also must not be blocked by any enterprise policies. To check yours, navigate to chrome://policy.
- For more information on how to enable this plugin, see Configure Desktops.
- If you are using Incognito mode to access the application, you are forced to refresh the client each time you open the Transformer page. Avoid Incognito mode.
- For more information, see Configure Photon Client.
Version: Google Chrome v.72, v.73, and any stable of version that is released prior to the next release of Trifacta Self-Managed Enterprise Edition.
NOTE: To access Trifacta Self-Managed Enterprise Edition you must use a supported desktop version of the Google Chrome browser, unless you are using Wrangler Enterprise desktop application.
NOTE: Mobile browsers and Google Chromebook are not supported.
By default, the web client uses port 3005.
For more information on required client ports, see System Ports.
The following requirements apply to your local system.
- Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Opteron processor or newer (SSE2 or newer is required)
4 GB RAM
Tip: At least 8 GB RAM is recommended.
- 2 GB hard disk space
1280 x 720 screen resolution and above
Internet connection (DSL or better)
NOTE: Trifacta® Self-Managed Enterprise Edition does not support connection through non-transparent or unauthenticated proxies. If you receive "Remote server timed out" error messages, you may need to re-connect through a network without a proxy.
Wrangler Enterprise desktop application Requirements
The Wrangler Enterprise desktop application can be used locally to interact with Trifacta Self-Managed Enterprise Edition and can be installed in your local environment. Please verify that the following requirements are met.
In addition to the general desktop requirements, the following requirements apply to the Wrangler Enterprise desktop application:
- 8 GB RAM minimum
Windows 7 (Service Pack 1), 8, or 10. 64-bit versions.
NOTE: The Wrangler Enterprise desktop application requires a 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows.
- Visual C++ for Visual Studio 2015 (
vc_redist.x86.exe). To download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=48145.
When the installation is completed, most users should be able to launch the local application without issues. If you are experiencing issues launching the application, please verify that all DLL and EXE files in the following directory are executable:
Tip: This requirement typically applies to more secure environments. Most desktop users should not have to modify permissions.
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