Hummingbot has been successfully tested with the following specifications:
|Operating System||Linux: Ubuntu 16.04 or later (recommended) *Other Linux installations: Debian GNU/Linux 9, CentOS 7, Amazon Linux 2 AMI|
|MacOS: macOS 10.12.6 (Sierra) or later|
|Windows: Windows 10 or later|
|Memory/RAM||1 GB one instance +250 MB per additional instance|
|Storage||Install using Docker: 5 GB per instance|
|Install from source: 3 GB per instance|
|Network||A reliable internet connection is critical to keeping Hummingbot connected to exchanges.|
For experienced and technical users, we recommend setting up a cloud instance and installing the Docker version or from source. This enables Hummingbot to run 24/7.
Using Hummingbot as a long-running service can be achieved with the help of cloud platforms such as Google Cloud Platform, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure. You may read our blog about running Hummingbot on different cloud providers.
As of version 0.28.0, installing Docker takes up around 500 MB of storage space and 4 GB for Hummingbot Docker image. We tested to install and run Hummingbot on these free to lowest machine types.
|Provider||Instance Type||Instance Details|
|Google Cloud Platform||g1-small||1 vCPU, 1.7 GB memory|
|Amazon Web Services||t2.small||1 vCPU, 2 GB memory|
|Microsoft Azure||Standard_D2s_v3||2 vCPU, 8 GB memory|
These instances are pre-loaded with system files that take up around 1.2 GB, so we recommend having at least 8 GB of storage space in your cloud server.
Check with the relevant cloud provider for instructions on how to set up a new Virtual Machine Instance on each major cloud platform.
We publish a new release of Hummingbot approximately once every month.
See this article for instructions on how to Restore or Update Hummingbot version: