As an alternative to the installation instructions that Albert pointed to ,
it might also be an option to go with a docker-compose setup . It makes
setup much easier, but custom configuration and tuning might is slightly
harder. I know people using this successfully, but mainly for static data, as a
test and training setup or for evaluation. All our production setups run with
regular installations though (so no Docker), because this is what we have most
experience with and what gives most control.
Let us know if you run into any problems.