System Requirements

Syncfusion Data Integration Platform can run on something as simple as a laptop, but it can also be clustered across many enterprise-class servers. Therefore, the amount of hardware and memory needed will depend on the size and nature of the dataflow involved. The data is stored on disk while Data Integration is processing it. So Data Integration needs to have sufficient disk space allocated for its various repositories, particularly the content repository, flow file repository, and provenance repository (see the System Properties section for more information about these repositories). Data Integration has the following minimum system requirements:

Hardware Requirements:

The following hardware components are required,

  • Total RAM – 8 GB
  • Total Disk – 100 GB

Software Requirements:

The following software components are required,

  • Requires Java 8 or newer
  • .NET Framework 4.5 or later

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows 7 or later
  • Linux*
  • Unix*

Browser Compatibility:

  • Mozilla FireFox: Current & (Current - 1)
  • Google Chrome: Current & (Current - 1)
  • Microsoft Edge : Current


For Linux and Unix installation, please follow the below steps,

Step 1: Install Oracle Java 8 in Linux machine and make sure java path set in environment.

Step 2: Install Data Integration Platform in Windows without User Manager Server application.

Step 3: After installation, copy C:\Syncfusion directory and all its sub directories into Linux machine under /home/{user}/. So the directory structure will be like /home/{user}/Syncfusion. Add read and write permission to Syncfusion directory and its sub directories.

Step 4: Open terminal and navigate into /home/{user}/Syncfusion/DataIntegration/{version}/SDK/NIFI/bin and to run the file by following command:

sudo sh

Step 5: After 5 to 10 minutes, Data Integration web url can be access in browser



Data Integration Platform does not support with Internet Explorer.


Under sustained and extremely high throughput the CodeCache settings may need to be tuned to avoid sudden performance loss. See the Bootstrap Properties section for more information.