The purpose of this documentation is to provide you with some basic information that helps you manage an on-premises deployment of the VMware Workspace ONE™ UEM solution. This documentation does not cover installing or upgrading your Workspace ONE UEM environment. For instructions on how to do that, see the Workspace ONE UEM Installation and Upgrade guides, which are provided to you when scheduling either. This guide covers topics such as supported topologies, hardware requirements, sizing, and network requirements for the various Workspace ONE UEM components, guidelines for high availability, suggestions for monitoring your Workspace ONE UEM solution, and more.

Every on-premises deployment of Workspace ONE UEM is unique and poses distinct requirements. This documentation is not an attempt to address each of these deployment types or describe specific configurations for load balancers, monitoring software, and similar tools. Instead, it offers generic guidelines and recommendations where appropriate. Outside of installing Workspace ONE UEM, it is up to your organization to decide how best to implement certain features such as high availability or disaster recovery. VMware AirWatch can provide guidance for your specific deployment. Contact VMware AirWatch for more details.