Harness On-Premise Overview

Updated 4 weeks ago by Michael Cretzman

In addition to the Harness SaaS offering, Harness offers on-premises editions.

This topic describes the major difference between the SaaS and on-premises offerings, and then describes the two Harness On-Prem editions.

In this topic:

Looking for the How-tos? If you want to jump right to the How-to topics, see Harness On-Prem.

Harness SaaS vs On-Prem

The following table covers the major differences between our SaaS and On-Prem editions. It can be useful when deciding on which edition to use.

Harness SaaS

Harness On-Prem

Platform Management

Harness

Customer

Hardware Cost

~$25,000

Hardware Maintenance

Required

Continuous Updates

Daily

Weekly

Security

TLS/SSL Outbound

TLS/SSL Outbound

Data Governance

No Corporate Data Leaves Firewall

No Corporate Data Leaves Firewall

Avg. Onboarding Time

Days

Weeks

Avg. Site Readiness

Days

Weeks

Avg. Support Res. Time

Days

Weeks

Harness On-Premise Offerings

On-premise offerings provide both online and offline (air gapped) methods of installation and updates.

Let's looks at each offering:

Kubernetes Cluster On-Prem

In Kubernetes Cluster On-Prem, Harness installs into an existing Kubernetes cluster you have set up.

To set up Kubernetes Cluster On-Prem, use the following topics:

  1. Kubernetes Cluster On-Prem: Infrastructure Requirements
  2. Kubernetes Cluster On-Prem: Kubernetes Cluster Setup

Virtual Machine (VM) On-Prem

In Virtual Machine On-Prem, Harness installs Kubernetes and the On-Prem cluster into your VMs.

GCP Architecture

AWS Architecture

To set up Virtual Machine On-Prem, use the following topics:

  1. Virtual Machine On-Prem: Infrastructure Requirements
  2. Virtual Machine On-Prem: Installation Guide

Legacy Editions

Topics on the previous On-Prem editions:


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