Developer & Operational Support

MetaMorph provides assistance for developers and IT administrators that are integrating WebGME, helping you move swiftly through application development by providing expert support, on-demand training, operational support, and consulting on best practices.

  • SLA: 48-hour response time
  • Support Availability: 8x5 business days and hours (9-5pm M-F US Central Time)
  • Operational support for WebGME running in your environment, including best practices for security, reliability, backup, and scalability. Hands-on troubleshooting of deployment and operational issues.
  • Remote issue analysis and solution using screen-sharing sessions.
  • Developer guidance on topics such as usage of specific platform features and optimizing for performance.

Developer and Operational Support is provided at hourly rates, pre-purchased as blocks in 8-hour increments.

Software Development

MetaMorph’s engineers can provide software programming effort to help your team implement new features or custom applications. We can develop and contribute new features to the WebGME platform itself, or create new capabilities for your custom application (such as model transformations and language modifications).

Software Development support is offered on a project-specific basis.

WebGME: A Next-Generation Platform for Model-Based Tools

 Four webgme-based applications. clockwise, from top left: metamorphosys circuit designer (metamorph), live rdf editor (metamorph, vanderbilt), business process modeling language (vanderbilt), bip (vanderbilt)

Four webgme-based applications. clockwise, from top left: metamorphosys circuit designer (metamorph), live rdf editor (metamorph, vanderbilt), business process modeling language (vanderbilt), bip (vanderbilt)

WebGME is an open-source, web-based, scalable, customizable, and collaborative model-building platform. Its development is led by Vanderbilt University's Institute for Software-Integrated Systems.

MetaMorph, Inc's engineers are contributors to the WebGME codebase and have experience building custom modeling environments on top of the WebGME platform. Our MetaMorphosys circuit-design tools are one such example.

To learn more about WebGME, visit the official website: https://www.webgme.org