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Private Plugins for Enterprise

Amplication's Enterprise plan includes a powerful feature for organizations that require custom functionality and enhanced privacy: Private Plugins. This feature allows enterprise users to create proprietary plugins that are accessible only within their organization. This lets you do deep integration with internal systems and workflows.


Private Plugins is only available for Enterprise Plan users. Try it during your 7-day Enterprise plan trial for new workspaces.

Private Plugins vs Community Plugins

Private plugins are similar to community plugins but are hosted in a private, secure environment exclusive to your enterprise. These plugins enable organizations to extend the functionality of their generated applications with custom integrations and proprietary business logic.

Benefits of Private Plugins

  • Customization: Tailor plugins to fit exact enterprise requirements, whether for connecting to bespoke internal systems or providing unique functionality.
  • Security and Privacy: Keep your code and integrations secure within your organization's private repository, safeguarding sensitive business logic and data.
  • Controlled Distribution: Manage access to your plugins, ensuring only authorized personnel can install and configure them.
  • Seamless Integration: Ensure compatibility with your enterprise architecture, providing a consistent development and deployment experience. release cycles, ensuring stability and compatibility with your applications.

Creating and Managing Private Plugins

Enterprise teams can create private plugins using the following steps:

  1. Navigate to the Private Plugins section within your enterprise dashboard.
  2. Click on Create New Plugin to initiate a new private plugin project.
  3. Provide the necessary details such as the plugin's name, description, and configuration options.
  4. Develop your custom plugin using Amplication’s development framework, ensuring that it adheres to your internal coding standards and security requirements.
  5. Once development is complete, submit the plugin for a review to ensure it meets organizational guidelines and functionality.
  6. After approval, the plugin becomes available for installation across your enterprise projects.

Installing and Using Private Plugins

To use a private plugin in your Amplication projects:

  1. From the Private Plugins page, select the plugin you want to install.
  2. Click on Install, and the plugin will be included in your service.
  3. Configure the plugin as necessary, with settings specific to the needs of the service.