Enterprise Distributed Application Service (EDAS) comes in three editions: Standard Edition, Professional Edition, and Platinum Edition. The Standard Edition supports two billing methods: pay-as-you-go and subscription. The Professional Edition and Platinum Edition only support subscription.
Introduction to editions
|EDAS Product editions||Standard Edition||Professional Edition||Platinum Edition|
|Main scenarios||Standard microservice solution||HA and application diagnosis||Global service governance and digital operations|
|Billing methods||Pay-as-you-go and subscription||Subscription||Subscription|
|Non-intrusive solution||JavaAgent、Service Mesh|
|Microservice governance||Microservice query, rate limiting and degradation||Microservice query, authentication, stress testing, testing, contract, rate limiting and degradation, and full-link traffic control (multi-application phased release)|
|Configuration management||Distributed Configuration push|
|Application deployment O&M||Application lifecycle||Creation, deployment, rollback, start/stop, restart, expansion, and deletion|
|Logs||Online viewing, file log viewing, and deep integration with log service|
|Auto Scaling||Manual scaling and automatic auto scaling|
|continuous integration||Open API SDK, Jenkins official plug-in, and new Apsara DevOps integration|
|Publish an API operation||Batch release and Canary release (phased release for a single application)|
|Enterprise permission management||Permission control||Tenant isolation and support for fine-grained RAM control|
|Multi-Environment Management||With the isolation of abstract namespaces, you can quickly build multiple environments for development, testing, and production.|
|Hybrid cloud||Not supported.||ECS hybrid cloud cluster and Kubernetes hybrid cloud multi-Cluster|
|Real-time monitoring||System-level and application service-level real-time monitoring|
View EDAS editions
- Log on to the EDAS console.
- On the Overview page, view the EDAS editions on the right side.