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Available CircleCI self-hosted runner platforms

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Available CircleCI self-hosted runner platforms

CircleCI self-hosted runners are available on multiple platforms. Support levels fall into two categories:

Supported

Supported Level platforms ensure that CircleCI self-hosted runners are both built and tested on their respective systems.

With a Supported platform, users receive the following:

  • Documentation and best practices

  • Support: CircleCI customer engineers will assist customers to resolve issues within their usual Advanced Service Level Agreements (SLAs)

Supported CircleCI self-hosted runners are available on the following platforms:

  • Ubuntu 18.04 or later (x86_64 or ARM64)

  • RHEL8 (x86_64 or ARM64)

  • Mac OS X 10.15+ (Intel)

  • macOS 11.2+ (Apple M1)

  • Docker (x86_64 or ARM64)

  • Kubernetes (x86_64)

  • Windows Server 2019, 2016 (x86_64)

Preview

On Preview Level platforms, CircleCI self-hosted runners are currently in development, thus testing is not complete.

With a Preview platform, users receive the following:

  • A full integration that is a work-in-progress — thus, some manual configuration may be required to install, configure, and deploy

  • Work-in-progress documentation and best practices

  • Support: CircleCI Customer Engineers will provide assistance and guidance on best practices for installing, configuring, and operating CircleCI self-hosted runners

    • Users are encouraged to provide feedback in order to rapidly improve the CircleCI self-hosted runner user experience and meet its necessary criteria as a Supported platform

Preview CircleCI self-hosted runners are available on the following platforms:

  • Additional Linux distributions - RHEL, SUSE, Debian, etc. (x86_64 or ARM64)

  • Kubernetes (ARM64)


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