Checkmarx Pricing and License Cost

Don Robbins
Software Configuration Manager at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
I've got 100 licenses for Checkmarx. As people come and go, it's a hassle to add and remove them. In this day and age, it's such a meaningless time-waster. View full review »
Milind Dharmadhikari
Practice Head - IT Risk & Security Management Services at Suma Soft Private Limited
We have a subscription license that is on a yearly basis, and it's a pretty competitive solution. I don't know of any additional costs, beyond the standard licensing fees, for our version of the software. In the case of the SDLC edition, which is a higher version, there may be some professional support that is required. Otherwise, any license that they provide is just an annual subscription fee. View full review »
reviewer971370
CEO at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
This solution is expensive. The customized package allows you to buy additional users at any time. You could advise the vendor that you are in need of some more resources, and they can send you a trial license which lets you pay later. In the meantime, you can start working with the trial license. They have subscriptions for licenses, but this is confidential information and I cannot share the price as per our non-disclosure agreement. If you purchase a typical package then it is clear licensing with no hidden payments. You can add integration services for Checkmarx if you needed to, but it's optional. The hardware is on the customer site. It could be virtual, or a physical server, or even cloud-based. You can choose what you want to use and there are still no hidden fees. Licensing and policy are clear. View full review »
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Deepak Kamra
Vice President at Arisglobal Software Pvt Ltd
This solution is definitely one of the more expensive tools. However, if I'm able to get value out of using it, I don't mind paying. They have protection services costs that are separate from the main license. There are multiple components that are part of the product suite and there are different license costs for each of those components. Sometimes it can be a little difficult to understand. There are a lot of components an individual will need to buy to cover an organization's needs. It really should be more transparent and flexible. Their licensing model as of today is quite rigid. View full review »
reviewer1415661
General Manager at a tech company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The interface used to create custom rules comes at an additional cost. View full review »
reviewer1410597
Vice President Of Technology at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The number of users and coverage for languages will have an impact on the cost of the license. We would like to deploy it for the whole company but it's a question of spending thousands of dollars. Investing $200,000 or $300,000 would be an upper management decision. The educational component is additional and costs approximately $100 per month for each user. This is too high so we did not agree to the service. View full review »
Antoine Rime
Cyber Security Consultant at a computer software company with 5,001-10,000 employees
The pricing is rather reasonable. It's not the most expensive on the market. View full review »
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