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Magento 2 Community vs. Enterprise

Our best guess for reading the piece is that you opted for a Magento-based store. See no distinction between Magento 2 Community and Enterprise versions? The post may become a life-saver for the future e-commerce business. The difference is not self-explanatory, thus you are offered the insider information. 

Magento 2 CE vs. EE

The difference that strikes the eye at once is the price. While Magento 2 CE is free the EE version is paid and the price depends on your business value.
Magento 1 EE license cost starts at $18.000 per year. Magento 2 EE license cost is based on a revenue model. In other words, the price depends on how much your store revenue is.
Here is the Revenue X License Cost X Percentage for Magento 2 EE table:

Revenue (USD) License price (year) Percentage
0-1 M $22.000 2.2%
1-5 M $32.000 3.2% – 0.64%
5-10 M $49.000 0.98% – 0.49%
10-25 M $75.000 0.75% – 0.3%

 

So, if you don’t own enough investment capacity for a startup project, the CE version is what you need.
You can recompense the missing features with the use of 3d-party extensions. As a rule, Magento builders offer CE and EE extension versions where the modules for CE cost less than for EE.

Magento 2 CE vs. EE Features

The two versions will be compared here by similarities and differences. Feel free to skip the common features if you are already on the subject. 

Common features

Extra features

Magento 2 CE/Magento 2 EE

Magento 2 EE

Improved SEO;

Customer Segmentation, Targeted Promotions & Merchandising;

Dynamic Rule Based Product Relations;

Site Management;

Persistent Shopping;

Automated Email Marketing Reminder;

Catalog Management;

Private Sales;

Gift Registry;

Catalog Browsing;

Gifting Options;

Rewards Points;

Product Browsing;

Store Credits;

Multiple Wish Lists;

Checkout, Payment and Shipping;

Add to Cart by SKU;

Return Management Authorization (RMA);

Order Management;

Content Management System;

Scheduled Import/Export Functionality;

Customer Accounts;

Backup and Rollback;

Staging, Merging and Rollback of Content;

Customer Service;

Customer Attribute Management;

Administrator Permission Roles on Website and Store Levels;

International Support;

Price and Promotion Permission

Logging of Administrator Actions;

Analytics and Reporting;

Category View and Purchase Permissions per Customer Group (Limited Catalog Access);

Order Archiving;

Mobile Commerce;

Elastic, Solr Search;

Configurable Order Tracking Widget;

Full Page Caching;

Support for Alternate Media Storage – CDN and Database;

PA-DSS Certification/Payment Bridge.


Native Device Applications;

Strong Data Encryption, Hashing and Key Management.

 

Marketing, Promotions and Conversion Tools;

 

 

Optimized Indexing.

 

 

 

To take a decision you need to weight up the pros and cons. CE suits emerging projects with small investment capacity but a tech-savvy team. EE is not a cheap variant but it helps to save time on customization and tailoring extra features.
Performance is an x-factor for any merchant. And Magento 2 EE is more profitable in this connection. Enterprise edition offers three key characteristics that influence performance directly. These are database scalability, search and job queue. In Magento 2 CE, only one master database is used. With Magento 2 EE, you achieve data backup and analysis with the master database left untouched, as well as scalability:

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Only the 3 constituents can essentially boost the performance of your webstore.  However, the flipside is that a CE owner can gain the same showings with the use of extensions.

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