The Wolfram Engine is licensed per number of simultaneous uses (with each use enabled to invoke kernels to support parallelization).
Provides an interactive web interface to the language, permitting creation of applications, application interfaces and fully interactive 3D graphics.
All language components as well as custom created routines can be accessed via generated web APIs that are created with a single command.
Configured via an easy-to-use and fully documented Wolfram Notebook.
The virtual machine (VM) image can be updated at any time by an updater utility to take advantage of new capabilities and features as they are added to the product.
Permits the verification of license installation and license validity for the Wolfram Engines as well as a standalone Mathematica configuration instance.
Users are self-provisioned and restricted via specified subdomain.
The main, all-encompassing VM that contains all core services and licensing.
In a larger-scale environment, compute nodes contain the Wolfram Engine and allow users to be distributed appropriately. *Coming soon
Designed as a traditional code development environment, familiar to users of other languages.
Direct accessibility to your applications via iOS and Android mobile apps.
Familiar interface for Mathematica desktop users, optimized for explorations and education.
Direct access through Wolfram Desktop to your applications across Windows, Mac and Linux.
Deploy and distribute a Wolfram Language application direct to any audience at any scale (includes form-based, CDF and linguistic interfaces).
Embed a deployed Wolfram Language application into another web environment to incorporate computational and analytical power.
Act as a computational processing hub for data and computations receiving and sending via the Wolfram Language API.
Ad hoc, scheduled or triggered interactive reporting delivered online or through client services.