This section is a collection of information about the architecture and operational characteristics of Cloudify Manager.
For the most part, documents in this section are not intended as task-oriented instructions. Instead, they are offered as background information to help inform your own proactive administration, maintenance, and architecture practices.
There are 3 options to consume Cloudify Manager, Community, Premium, and SaaS.
Cloudify Community is an open-source version. Cloudify Manager Community can be installed either as a docker container, on VM (RHEL/CentOS), or on Kubernetes using our Helm Chart.
Cloudify Premium is a commercial version. Cloudify Manager Premium can be installed either as a docker container, on VM (RHEL/CentOS), or on Kubernetes using our Helm Chart.
Cloudify SaaS provides all of the Premium features. It is a hosted Cloudify Manager, so you don’t need to worry about installation, maintenance, and availability. The SaaS is always up to date with the most recent features.
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