Which deployment option is best for you?

  • Personal databases for single user

    Small workgroup

    Personal databases for single user or small workgroups.

    For small databases (usually less than 5-10 GB). Multi-user access for up to 15-20 users. User licenses required for 1C:Enterprise only

    How it works?

  • Corporate solutions for all your employees

    Enterprise

    Corporate solutions for all your employees.

    For databases of any size. Performance aligned to your server and DBMS. All of the benefits of 1C:Enterprise Server

    How it works?

  • Private or Public Cloud

    Private or Public Cloud

    The most flexible and innovative model.

    Subscription-based pricing. Full scalability with resources on demand. Performance aligned to your cloud system

    How it works?


SMALL WORKGROUP

Personal use or network access

Personal use

The database is located on the user’s computer. This option is recommended for home use and for laptops.

Personal use

Small workgroup

The database is located on the user’s computer. This option is recommended for home use and for laptops.

Small workgroup

ENTERPRISE

Large enterprise – client/server mode or distributed database

Large enterprise client

The client/server mode is recommended for large workgroups and enterprises. It is built on a three-tier architecture, with a 1C:Enterprise cluster and a separate DBMS. It provides reliable data storage and multi-user access for a large number of employees working simultaneously.

Large corporations can use distributed databases, which support both file and client/server modes. A distributed database unites geographically diverse business units, with each one being able to use either the file mode or the client/server mode. A distributed database ensures that identical configurations are used in each business unit, with the system performing data exchange between the various locations.

PRIVATE OR PUBLIC CLOUD

Large enterprise – client/server mode or distributed database

PRIVATE OR PUBLIC CLOUD1

Small workgroup

The database is shared between several users in a local network. This option is easy to deploy, user-friendly and is recommended for small workgroups.

For example, an application can be used to automate transactions with the tenants of an apartment building complex. Tenants can access the application using a web browser, without installing any applications on their devices. The web client works on all popular browsers and operating systems.

Corporate cloud

Advantages of the 1C corporate cloud:

  • Fast and simultaneous applicat ion updates for all companies
  • Reduced IT costs, minimising administration of multiple instances of the same application

Corporate cloud

For large corporations consisting of multiple companies, implementing 1C:Enterprise using the cloud platform allows IT support costs to be reduced because multiple instances of the same application are not required. For example, if each company within the corporation uses 1C:AccountingSuite, a single multi-user instance can be used instead of creating multiple cases.

In this scenario each company would use its own independent data area, however, all setup processes, updates, backups and other administrative functions would be performed by the single application case.

Private cloud

Advantages of the 1C private cloud:

  • Employees can access the system using mobile devices
  • Employees can access the application from anywhere
  • Collaborative B2B access to the application

Private cloud

A private cloud can be used by an organisation to enable employees to have global access to the application, using any device, even without the 1C:Enterprise software installed at the client side. This feature is useful for managers who move between different offices and need to access up-to-date data at the various locations. They can check reports from any location, for example, when visiting a retail outlet or the offices of a supplier.

B2B capabilities of the 1C:Enterprise private cloud provide access to the application for external customers and suppliers, enabling collaborative business processes, such as checking warehouse balances for restocking or obtaining sales reports.

ublic cloud (SaaS)

Customers using a SaaS application can see only their data, whereas on the service provider side all customers are seen as working within the same application instance and database. This allows the SaaS service provider to perform rapid and simultaneous updates for all customers.

Advantages of the 1C public cloud:

  • Employees can access the system using mobile devices
  • Employees can access the application from anywhere
  • Collaborative B2B access to the application

Public cloud (SaaS)

The highest level of cloud-based implementation is the SaaS model of application delivery. In this scenario, customers do not purchase or install applications, but instead work with applications over the Internet and periodically pay for this service. Applications are installed and supported by a service provider on its cloud infrastructure.

The service provider usually maintains 24/7 application availability, updates applications, creates backups, and handles data security. Customers are charged according to the service level agreement (for example, per user per month pricing), and use the application via a web browser.

Such business models eliminate customer installation, update, equipment and software costs, as all these functions are performed on the service provider side. Customers utilise applications as services.

Each 1C SaaS application works in the multi-user mode, with customers having independent data areas for their information. Each customer using SaaS applications can have multiple users (e.g. employees, suppliers) working with the applications. Each customer can work with multiple applications at the same time.

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