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Information about the Open Source version of Flagsmith. Licensing FAQs.
Does the Open Source version of Flagsmith have any restrictions?
The entire codebase of Flagsmith is publicly available. The Flagsmith product has a dual license for use, with the majority of the codebase being Open Source under a BSD 3-Clause license. The Enterprise Edition (EE) repository holds a portion of code for features we sell under an Enterprise license. These may not be used in production without an Enterprise license from Flagsmith. This includes RBAC, and other features we may include in this license in the future. You can see which repositories
Can the open source version be configured to connect to an LDAP server?
We have SAML/Okta integrations and there are connectors for LDAP within Django, but we don't have any configurations set up for that as of yet. These are features of our Enterprise Edition, however. Please reach out to us and we can help you get on an Enterprise license.
Does the Flagsmith open source version support open source cloud foundry as deployment target?
We offer Kubernetes deployments as part of our Enterprise plans. Please contact us if you need this, we can get you started with an Enterprise on-premises deployment.
Using Flagsmith open source, is there a way to disable OATH services on the login page?
Yes, you can turn OATH off via a feature flag. You need to be running Flagsmith on Flagsmith. To create a new project for Flagsmith, copy the relevant flags you need to control, then set FLAGSMITH: The Flagsmith environment key we use to manage features - Flagsmith runs on Flagsmith. FLAGSMITH_CLIENT_API: The api which the Flagsmith client should communicate with. Flagsmith runs on Flagsmith. E.g. https://api.flagsmith.com/api/v1/. More on running Flagsmith on Flagsmith here - https://docs.fla
Does the Open Source version of Flagsmith have a limit of requests per month?
No, there are no limits to API calls on the self hosted open source version of Flagsmith
With Flagsmith open source I am getting the message: "To access this feature please upgrade your account to scaleup or higher."
We have a few elements of the platform that are not open source, namely Role Based Access Controls and different db integrations. Otherwise, this is just the configuration that comes out the box on the self hosted open source side - you could enable the setting if you wanted. Flagsmith runs on Flagsmith, and the features you are able to work with are based on what flags come back, so you need to point your Flagsmith instance to itself. More on running Flagsmith on Flagsmith here - https://doc