The short answer to the question “which Operating Systems are supported” is that most recent Windows and Mac OS X versions are supported, and many of the popular Linux versions as well.
Claro works fine in virtual environments. The performance is comparable with running Claro on physical machines IF the I/O performance is good. Which is not always the case, and also difficult to asses in a virtual environment.
Following Windows versions are officially supported:
|Windows Server 2019||10|
|Windows Server 2016||10|
|Windows Server 2012 R2||6.3|
|Windows Server 2012||6.2|
|Windows Server 2008 R2||6.1|
Following Macosx versions are officially supported:
|Mac OS X Catalina||10.15.x|
|Mac OS X Mojave||10.14.x|
|Mac OS X High Sierra||10.13.x|
|Mac OS X Sierra||10.12.x|
|Mac OS X El Capitan||10.11.x|
|Mac OS X Yosemite||10.10.x|
|Mac OS X Mavericks||10.9.x|
|Mac OS X Mountain Lion||10.8.x|
Linux has many different flavors, and Claro will run on most of them. We have experience with Red Hat, Suse and Centos flavors.