Running Nx Cloud Enterprise
We offer multiple ways of running NxCloud for our Enterprise customers. The below options are listed in recommended order, from easiest to most complex in terms of set-up and maintenance for your team. Please carefully consider your organization's requirements and level of infrastructure expertise before deciding on a deployment option.
The quickest and easiest way to start using NxCloud is by utilizing our pre-existing secure, multi-tenant managed clusters:
- https://eu.nx.app/ if you have special restrictions and your data needs to be hosted in Europe.
You get the same level of security, dedicated support, SSO/SAML auth options and predictable seat-based pricing as all our other hosting options. But you won't have to manage the instance yourself.
We also offer an uptime SLA guarantee of 99.98% for our Enterprise customers, SOC certificates on request, and we're happy to meet with your security teams if they have questions, or fill in security questionnaires. We also maintain a Status Page here.
To start with this option, it's as easy as running
npx nx connect
If you have very specific requirements, then we can also offer to host NxCloud for you in an isolated/single-tenant cluster.
We'll be able to discuss specific requirements such as:
- Specific regions you want your data to be in
- Network isolation / dedicated VPCs
- Dedicated instances
- Storage encryption
- Storage replication / redundancy
This would be a "best of both worlds" option, as it would free you up from managing the instance yourself, but you will get to define specific parameters of how it should it run. Your data and the NxCloud will run in complete isolation and will only serve your company. There will be no external API calls to any services outside of the cluster we set-up for you.
Once you let us know you'd like this option, depending on the agreed requirements, it might take a few days to get it set up.
On-prem, managed by your organization
If you would like to host NxCloud yourself, within your organization's infrastructure, the easiest way to set it up is as a self-contained VM.
Refer to our "Self-contained VM" guide for instructions on running NxCloud on Amazon EC2.
Multi-node setup with Kubernetes
The options above remove most of the maintenance burden required on your part, so we strongly recommend them! They also don't require too much infrastructure expertise.
We do offer, however, a multi-node Kubernetes setup, that is deployed via Helm. You can head over to our Helm repository to explore this option.