Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition is an end-to-end solution for continuous, self-managed delivery. You can install and update Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition using online or offline (air-gapped) methods. This topic provides a summary comparison of Harness SaaS and self-managed offerings and describes the options for self-managed delivery.
Compare Harness SaaS with self-managed
The following tables provide a summary of key differences between Harness SaaS and self-managed products.
Table 1. Impacts
|Harness SaaS||Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition|
|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|
Table 2. Modules and Features
|Module||Helm Install||KOTS Install||Notes|
|Security Testing Orchestration||✓||X|
|Service Reliability Management||✓||✓|
|Cloud Costs Management||X||X|
|Harness Chaos Engineering||X||X|
|Harness Platform||✓||✓||Custom Dashboard is not included.|
Install on Kubernetes
Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition is installed in a Kubernetes cluster in the following configuration.
To install Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition in a Kubernetes cluster, use the following instructions:
- For Self-Managed Enterprise Edition with Helm, see Install Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition Using Helm.
- For Self-Managed Enterprise Edition with KOTS, see Install Self-Managed Enterprise Edition Using KOTS.
Install on virtual machine
Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition is installed on virtual machines (VMs) in the following configuration.
|GCP Architecture||AWS Architecture|
To install Harness Self-Managed Enterprise Edition on a virtual machine, see the following topics: