Welcome to WaveMaker Enterprise Guide
WaveMaker Enterprise (WME) is an on-premise offering of WaveMaker. Installing on-premise allows customers to build applications that connect to databases, APIs, everything within the enterprise intranet.
With Enterprise, you get the following features.
- Develop Unlimited Apps
- Unlimited App Users
- Team Collaboration
- Enterprise Integration
- Private Code Repositories
- Enterprise SSO
- Administration Developer Roles
- Infrastructure management
- Prometheus insights
- Priority Support, Training & Professional Services
About WaveMaker Enterprise
WaveMaker Enterprise consists of the following four components.
1. WaveMaker Studio
WaveMaker, a low-code platform with over 80 widgets that work out-of-the-box to build modern end-to-end application development with team collaboration. To learn more about working with WaveMaker Studio, see Getting Started with WaveMaker.
2. WaveMaker Cloud
WaveMaker Cloud is a Containerized Cloud, which consists of three instances.
- StudioWorkspace Instance
- AppDeployment Instance
- Platform Instance
Both StudioWorkspace and AppDeployment are managed by Platform instance. For more information about the platform concepts, see WaveMaker Architecture.
3. Config Portal
A Config Portal is a simple wizard application that helps to setup WME on the on-premise environment.
Launchpad is a WaveMaker's administrative console where you can configure users, manage Studio and Cloud instances for scaling, configure external VCS, and more. Launchpad automatically installs during the setup process.
WaveMaker follows semantic versioning. WaveMaker releases enterprise version upgrades for major, minor versions. Patch versions are available on demand.
To see the detailed list of release updates, see WaveMaker Release Notes.