Depending on your needs, you can use Waterstream on the premises or the cloud.
Use Waterstream on your infrastructure
We provide Waterstream as a Docker image that you can pull directly. However, it will require a development license file to work.
You can get a license by filling the form below with your email address or mailing a request to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you don’t receive anything in a few minutes, please check your spam folder or drop us a message.
The development license is limited to 100 concurrent clients and 3 Waterstream nodes. If you need to evaluate Waterstream with more clients, send us a message to get a customized license.
Waterstream requires Apache Kafka to work; if you don’t have a running Kafka cluster yet, you can use our playground project to set up our playground project a complete environment for you.
The full documentation for Waterstream is available at https://doc.waterstream.io. Still, we provide support through our forum and by email email@example.com
Use Waterstream on cloud
We provide Waterstream through the AWS Marketplace. In this case, you don’t need to ask for a license, Waterstream will work out of the box.
Still, you need to provide a Kafka cluster or use Confluent Cloud. Waterstream does not have a development license on the cloud, but you can try it for free with an unlimited number of clients for 30 days*. After that deadline, you will pay Waterstream as you go as any other AWS service.