Individual developers to Fortune 500 companies use Rasa to create mission-critical contextual AI assistants
Open source framework to build high-performing, resilient, proprietary contextual AI assistants.
Rasa Open Source provides the infrastructure necessary to create great contextual AI assistants that:
Toolset making it easier to review and improve contextual AI assistants.
Running on top of Rasa Open Source, Rasa X strengthens & extends its features, allowing developers to:
Enterprise-ready subscription to develop and ship contextual AI assistants at scale.
Rasa Enterprise is an integrated platform that includes Rasa Open Source + Rasa X, plus:
|Rasa Open Source||Rasa X||Rasa Enterprise|
|Connect to messaging channels and APIs|
|View and annotate conversations|
|Get feedback from testers|
|Version and manage models|
|Role-based access control|
|Multiple deployment environments|
|Single Sign On|
|Service Level Agreements (SLAs)|
|Deployment and Installation Support|
Yes, you can use Rasa Open Source in whole or in part, for personal, company internal, or commercial purposes. No charge, neither up front nor per usage or on any other basis is applicable.
For more information check the license.
Rasa X is not open source but it is free of charge.
Yes, as long as you do not use Rasa X to offer a SaaS product or any online service that competes with or provides similar functionality to any product or service Rasa provides.
You are allowed to use Rasa X in connection with a Rasa-based AI assistant that directly or indirectly generates commercial value for your business. For example, you have a conversational assistant for online shopping, which you make money with. To improve your assistant, you can use Rasa X.