Supported platforms

Sensu is available as packages, Docker images, and binary-only distributions. We recommend installing Sensu using one of our supported packages, Docker images, or configuration management integrations. Sensu downloads are provided under the Sensu commercial license.

Supported packages

Supported packages are available through sensu/stable on packagecloud and through the downloads page.

Sensu backend

Platform & Version amd64
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Sensu agent

Platform & Version amd64 386
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Sensuctl command-line tool

Platform & Version amd64 386
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Docker images

Docker images containing the Sensu backend and Sensu agent are available for Linux-based containers.

Image name base
sensu/sensu Alpine Linux
sensu/sensu-rhel Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Integrations

Binary-only distributions

Binary-only distributions containing the Sensu backend, agent, and sensuctl tool are available in .zip and .tar.gz formats.

Platform & Version amd64 arm64 armv5 armv6 armv7 386
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Building from source

Sensu Go’s core is open source software, freely available under an MIT license. Sensu Go instances built from source do not include some commercial features such as the web UI homepage; see the feature comparison matrix to learn more. To build Sensu Go from source, see the contributing guide on GitHub.