Aqua Security Pricing and License Cost

Cem Gurkok
Lead Security Engineer at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
When we chose it there weren't many solution providers so their pricing might have been something that smaller environments, smaller shops, might have balked at. For larger environments, it wasn't a problem because it's a choice between having no security for containers and having security. It was a price point that made sense to us, compared to not having a solution that would provide us with the visibility and the enforcement policy aspects, to lock things down. They were reasonable with their pricing. They were pretty down-to-earth about the way they pitched their product and the way they tried to close the deal. They were one of the rare companies that approached the whole valuation in a way that made sense for our company, for our needs, and for their own requirements as well. They were a good company to work with, to sum it up. Given the customer service, technical aspects, and pricing, the offer made sense to us and we went forward with them. Regarding licensing, they will accommodate your needs if they are able to understand them and they're stated clearly. If your needs are on the visibility side, Aqua Security will be able to accommodate that and not price the full solution. If you need the full solution, they will provide pricing accordingly. Based on the needs and the environment, they will be able to come up with a licensing structure that will accommodate whatever the requirements are. View full review »
Patrick Geronimo
Technology Director at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Aqua is a bit expensive so you have to really justify going for it or not. View full review »
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