UiPath AI Fabric

UiPath AI Fabric

Data Manager

This page details the hardware and software requirements for installing Data Manager.

Hardware Requirements

Machines Involved : VM in the Cloud or On-Prem Box or Laptop
Operating Systems: Windows (Windows 10) or Linux (Ubuntu / CentOS / RedHat)
Computing Engines: CPU
OCR: Required

CPU Cores

RAM (GB)

HDD (GB)

1

4

30

 

Software Requirements

Operating Systems

Linux

If you install the product on a VM in the cloud, the following operating systems are supported:

Software

Versions

Ubuntu

20.04 LTS
18.04 LTS
16.04 LTS

RHEL

7.x

If you install the product on a machine in an on-premises data center, the following operating systems are supported:

Software

Versions

Ubuntu

20.04 LTS
18.04 LTS
16.04 LTS

RHEL

7.x

CentOS

7.x

Windows

See the official Docker website for the list of Windows operating systems supported.
https://docs.docker.com/docker-for-windows/install/
https://docs.docker.com/desktop/enterprise/admin/install/windows/

On Windows your machine requires virtualization enabled.
For a physical machine this is done from the boot menu.
For a Cloud VM this depends on which VM you have.
Click here for the list of VMs with virtualization enabled in Azure. They are marked with 3 asterisks in the vCPU: Core column.

Browsers

Software

Versions

Google Chrome

50+

Network Configuration

  • (Optional) Data Manager needs access to AI Fabric on prem or to public SaaS endpoints like https://invoices.uipath.com in case Prelabelling is needed.
  • Data Manager needs access to OCR engine <IP>:<port_number>. OCR engine might be UiPath Document OCR on premises, Omnipage OCR on premises, Google Cloud Vision OCR, Microsoft Read Azure, Microsoft Read on premises.

Minimal Trial or Proof-of-Concept Configuration

If you want to try training a custom model as a demo on a small volume of data (under 100 documents), then it is possible to run Data Manager on your personal Windows 10 laptop.

Updated 19 days ago


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