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Enterprise Edition

The ReqIF Server has been designed according to the SOA and J2EE architectures ... for a large data volume and a high number of concurrent users. Have a look at the special features of the ReqIF Server Enterprise Edition, such as historizing of individual objects, fine-granular access-control and many others.

In an enterprise environment, there are usually many individual aspects to consider when designing a solution and making a quote. Please get in contact with us: info@reqif.de.

Basic Edition

You are interested in using the ReqIF-Server Basic Edition? You have two options:

Hosted Installation

Following the concept of "Software as a Service", the ReqIF server is hosted by enso managers and exxcellent solutions. The installation is maintained and updated for you upon prior announcement. You will be able to access your ReqIF-Server installation in a unique subdomain www.your-choice.reqif.net. The product itself imposes neither a limitation on the number of connecting users or application programs, nor on storage capacity. However, the product is installed in a server infrastructure imposing certain physical limits. At the present time, the maximum storage per installation is 5 GB.

The service fee is 98 EUR per month and installation (Basic Edition). An initial installation fee of 180 EUR is charged in addition.

Installation in your IT environment

Alternatively, we can agree on a classic software rental. Per download you will receive an installation package and a license file for installation with Apache Tomcat and mySQL database or similar - please refer to the datasheet for supported system platforms.

The license fee is 980,00 EUR per year and installation (Basic Edition). The rental fee includes mainte­nance and updates in the license period. The product itself imposes neither a limitation on the number of connecting users or application programs, nor on storage capacity.

Free Licenses

Free licenses are available for qualifying Open Source Projects, Academic Institutions and Non-Profit Organi­sations.

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