The Deckhouse Platform editions come with different functions and support options. You can find a brief comparison of CE vs. EE editions listing its main features and functions here.

The table below provides a full comparison of the Deckhouse Platform editions, including listing all modules available in each edition:

CE EE Experimental
Modules
basic-auth
cert-manager
cloud-provider-aws
cloud-provider-azure
cloud-provider-gcp
cloud-provider-openstack
cloud-provider-vsphere
cloud-provider-yandex
cni-flannel
cni-simple-bridge
control-plane-manager
dashboard
deckhouse
deckhouse-web
descheduler
extended-monitoring
ingress-nginx
istio
keepalived
kube-dns
kube-proxy
local-path-provisioner
log-shipper
metallb
monitoring-custom
monitoring-kubernetes
monitoring-kubernetes-control-plane
monitoring-ping
network-gateway
network-policy-engine
node-local-dns
node-manager
openvpn
priority-class
prometheus
prometheus-metrics-adapter
prometheus-pushgateway
secret-copier
terraform-manager
upmeter
user-authn
user-authz
vertical-pod-autoscaler
Supported infrastructure
Bare metal
Public cloud providers (AWS, Azure, GCP…)
OpenStack
VMware vSphere
Supported features
Istio service mesh
Multitenancy
Enterprise-level security** (coming soon)
BGP support
Instant autoscaling*** (coming soon)
Local DNS caching
Upgrades timeframe**** (coming soon)
Other
Open Source



(limitations are applied)

(limitations are applied)
Support

(from the community only)

(from Flant)

(from Flant)
Training & Consulting

* You can still install Deckhouse Platform CE on OpenStack and vSphere; however, in that case those platforms will function as regular bare metal servers. There won't be any cloud integration, i.e. the VMs are added manually, no autoscaling is provided, etc.
** Including Vault integration and encrypted secrets in etcd.
*** Accelerated new Pods/nodes adding thanks to fully prebuilt images.
**** Selectable timeframe for automatic platform upgrades.