Beta Application

Thank you for your interest in our Limited Beta! Please answer 6 short questions relating to our edge computing platform:

Frequently Asked Questions


EDJX is currently in the process of rolling out its global edge computing platform which we expect to complete during 2021. During this time we’re offering 12 months of free service at our Professional Plan tier where customers can get early experience with platform features, provide feedback, and suggest product enhancements (a $2400 value). The program is limited to 100 qualified participants. Chosen participants will be contacted by email and must agree to the Terms and Conditions, Acceptable Use Policy, Privacy Policy, and Software License Agreement.

The limited beta is open to professional web, enterprise, and IoT developers who spend (or who’s employer spends) a combined $2000/year or more on public cloud or web hosting services that may require edge computing services today or in the future. EDJX will select up to 100 program participants from the pool of eligible applicants at it’s sole discretion and determination.

Simply click this link to fill out the short application form. You will receive an email confirmation confirming your submission. You must use a valid email address at your company’s domain. Sorry, but no Gmail, Yahoo!, or other anonymous email addreses are accepted.

During our worldwide production rollout, some EDJX points-of-presence have limited capacity. Limiting the number of participants ensures that we can provide the kind of speed, agility, and reliability developers expect from a global edge computing platform.

Yes, with certain limitations. As a beta participant, we want you to run real traffic and workloads on the EDJX edge computing platform. For this reason, EDJX is targeting 99.5% service availability during the limited beta. As is typical for beta software, EDJX is still making changes to improve features, performance, and quality, so you may encounter more bugs or outages compared to older services. Careful testing of the EDJX platform is recommended before deploying to production, along with using a simple failover strategy as a best practice. (If you need help setting that up, an EDJX Solution Architect will be happy to help you.)

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