Compare Loginom editions

Loginom is a universal analytics platform with a wide range of applications. You can use it for solving problems on a local level, as well as for creating corporate decision-making systems that analyze large datasets.

The information on this page will help you decide which Loginom edition is the best fit for your company. There are no differences between editions in terms of available processing algorithms or visualization methods. They only differ in their use cases and integration into your company's IT environment.

To help you choose the right edition, you need to answer the following key questions:


Edition comparison table

Free licenses**
Workstations 1 1 5 – 10 5 – 20 5 – ∞
CPU cores 1 – 6 1 – 16
RAM up to 32 GB up to 64 GB up to 16 TB
Algorithms, visualization
Batch processing
IntegrationDatabases, files, RESTDatabases, files, RESTDatabases, files, RESTDatabases, files, REST and SOAPDatabases, files, REST and SOAP

* Special conditions apply if you buy licenses with special-purpose Loginom solutions.




Community Edition

The purpose of this edition is to help students and analysts learn how to work with Loginom and its workflows. Using this edition for commercial purposes is prohibited.

Loginom Community Edition is intended for a single user analyzing data and does not support collaboration. It supports many data sources, including integration with Tableau, as well as REST services.



This edition is intended for autonomous analytical processing. In this case, the platform's performance is limited only by your workstation — there are no limitations for the number of CPUs or RAM capacity.

Because this edition is designed to be used by a single analyst, there are no built-in collaboration mechanisms or integration with business processes and SOAP services.



This edition is intended for small teams of 5–10 people. There are limitations for the server component (maximum 6 cores and 32 GB of RAM), so consider whether that will be enough for the volume of data you will be processing.

Loginom Team Edition includes batch launch functionality, but doesn't include the functionality for calling third-party SOAP services and publishing your own web services.



This edition is intended for medium-sized companies with 5–20 platform users. Loginom Standard Edition can use a maximum of 16 cores and 64 GB of RAM.

This edition includes batch processing, calling third-party web services for integration into your business processes, publishing web services, and creating a server cluster.



This edition provides maximum functionality. It's intended for processing large volumes of data on an enterprise level and implementing business-critical processes in a fault-tolerant and scalable environment. There are no limitations for the number of CPU cores or RAM capacity. You can also buy additional licenses for any number of users.

This edition includes batch processing, calling third-party web services for integration into your business processes, publishing web services, and creating a server cluster.




Desktop (32/64 bit)

This platform component is designed for desktop-based autonomous data processing. It's essentially Excel on steroids. The 64-bit version of Loginom Desktop can process large datasets limited only by the hardware of your workstation. Loginom Desktop doesn't include functionality for collaborating, assigning access privileges, or working with and publishing web services.


Server (64 bit)

This platform component is an analytics server that loads data, performs calculations, builds models, visualizes results, manages access privileges, etc. It's a key component necessary for collaboration. All other components, except for Desktop, interact with Loginom Server.

The basic distribution of all server editions includes Loginom Server and 5 concurrent licenses for users with a "Workflow Design" or a "Report Viewing" role. If you need more users to be able to work with the platform concurrently, you can buy additional client access licenses.


Executing workflows (scheduled or triggered by calling web services published using Integrator) doesn't require additional licenses — this option is included in every server distribution.



This component is a client web application for designing processing workflows, visualizing data, configuring the server, and managing access privileges. Data processing itself takes place on Loginom Server. Studio is the main working environment for analysts and end users, which provides a UI for working with the platform.

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Loginom Integrator works as a Microsoft IIS service and lets you publish your own web services that implement the logic developed in workflows on Loginom Server. Loginom Integrator lets you implement a fault-tolerant architecture, balance workloads and ensure horizontal scaling.



Loginom Adapter works as a Microsoft IIS-based service, ensuring that Loginom Server integrates well with non-standard web services, such as a credit bureau. Loginom Adapter lets you perform complex transformations to bring an XML-request to a standard form that can be processed by other Loginom platform components.

For a single user, either Community or Personal Edition will be enough.

Comparing desktop editions

For collaboration between multiple users, you'll need either Team, Standard, or Enterprise Edition.

Comparing server editions

All editions are upwards compatible: you can open and process packages using a higher Loginom edition without any issues.

To find the combination of licenses that would meet your company's needs, we recommend contacting Loginom Company specialists or our partners.