Plato is, however, also available as a self-hosted docker compose application. If you have strict security requirements that prohibit Plato from connecting to your database in the cloud, you may choose to run the self-hosted version, which can run inside your own infrastructure and firewall.
Plato can run locally or on cloud providers such as AWS, Google Cloud, or Kubernetes.
Self-hosted Plato is currently in private beta. To download the self-hosted version of Plato, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once you’ve contacted us at email@example.com and downloaded the self-hosted version of Plato,
plato.zip, follow these instructions:
LICENSE_KEYvariable in the
.envfile to the unique license key provided by your Plato representative.
docker compose up
Visit Plato at http://localhost:8080
Plato today supports a single authentication option, Google OAuth. https://plato.io is used as an OAuth proxy between Plato and Google’s OAuth servers.
We will soon support more authentication options, such as username/password as well as your own SSO provider.