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Introduction

Welcome to Codenvy!

Codenvy makes on-demand workspaces to give you a better agile experience. Codenvy SaaS is available for self-service at codenvy.com. You can also install Codenvy on your own infrastructure with Codenvy On-Prem. **Currently deployed versions:** * Codenvy On-Prem: *Codenvy 4* * Codenvy SaaS: *Codenvy 4* * Codenvy SaaS (for historic projects): *Codenvy 3* [block:callout] { "type": "info", "title": "Codenvy 4", "body": "These docs are for Codenvy 4, which is our latest offering. You can get Codenvy 4 through Codenvy On-Prem installation and Eclipse Che. Codenvy 4 for our self-service SaaS is available at beta.codenvy.com" } [/block] [block:parameters] { "data": { "h-0": "I am a...", "h-1": "Consider going to...", "0-0": "**Developer** who will be using Codenvy for my projects.", "0-1": "[*The User Guide*](doc:environments). This will teach you how to configure and use workspaces so that they bend to your magical programming will.", "1-0": "**Developer** who will be creating custom extensions, plug-ins, and assemblies to package Codenvy and Eclipse Che into new tools.", "1-1": "[*The Developer Guide*](doc:rest-api). These documents provide all of our API interfaces, both internal and external. You will need to get comfortable with using the Eclipse Che SDK, and there is extensive additional SDK documentation that will make you an innovation beast. Also, if you are going to place your extensions into a Codenvy On-Prem, check out the additional [Plug-Ins](doc:plug-ins) administrator steps.", "2-0": "**DevOps** or **Developer Services** or **Team Lead** who will be integrating Codenvy into my agile tool chain to automate developer bootstrapping or to create a better agile experience for my developers.", "2-1": "[*The DevOps Guide*](doc:factories). We will give you amazing configuration fu (or `foo`, if you like) on how to define and integration on-demand workspaces into every tool. Wherever your developers go, you can create workspaces that embed into their tools that become part of their every day process.", "3-0": "**System administrator** who will be managing an organization of accounts at Codenvy SaaS or installing Codenvy On-Prem for my own organization.", "3-1": "[*The Admin Guide*](doc:architecture). With more flexibility than a Swiss Army Knife, you will install, configure, and operate a global Codenvy cloud servicing millions of developers." }, "cols": 2, "rows": 4 } [/block] [block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "Codenvy and Eclipse Che" } [/block] Codenvy is a commercial offering based on the [Eclipse Che](https://eclipse.org/che/) open source project, so Eclipse Che workspaces and plug-ins will work within Codenvy. Codenvy has added enterprise features to Eclipse Che including: * Workspace distribution across an elastic cluster with an embedded Docker Swarm * Operational solutions for monitoring, scaling, upgrading and archiving workspaces * Team management, permissions and resource policy management tools * User authentication, single-sign on, and LDAP * Self-service user registration * Factories - which add actions and a simple URL execution option to the portable workspaces of Eclipse Che Eclipse Che was designed as a single-user system and can be used by Codenvy users on their local machines to provide offline access to their Codenvy workspaces. Simply clone the Codenvy workspace locally and start it in Che, then push it back to Codenvy when you are back online.