CloudBees Core Pricing and License Cost

SeniorSofcae
Senior Solutions Architect at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Their support model is a recurring model. It is not a one-off fee. We pay on a yearly basis. We are already gearing up to justify our user license count for next year. When it comes time for renewal, we will have to tell all of our projects and customers why that cost is there. While we will be able to justify it, I feel like if they could add more information that it would make it easier for us. I can't tell you if we purchased it direct or from the AWS Marketplace. View full review »
LeadDevO65cb
Lead DevOps Architect at a tech vendor with 5,001-10,000 employees
Purchasing on the AWS Marketplace was easy. We don't worry about licensing and keeping track of it. We don't worry about negotiating contracts. It just happens. We get the bill, which is billed to our account. It is very painless. We chose to use the AWS Marketplace for the simplicity of being able to allow our developers to just launch it and its availability in all regions. Through the AWS Marketplace, you point the region that you want your development in, and it works. The AWS Marketplace pricing is on par with going directly to CloudBees. It's always nice if it is cheaper, but it's on par. This is not a pain point for us. View full review »
Hamzah Mirza
CI/CD Engineer at a insurance company with 5,001-10,000 employees
From our viewpoint, the price point is high for the product. It goes by a "per developer" price. Being an open source tool, and having their plugins being created on a stable platform, it is very highly priced. That is the only downside to it. View full review »
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ProjectA10de
Project Architect at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Pricing must be fair because we just renewed our license a couple months ago. View full review »
DevOpsMa22d9
DevOps Manager at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
They need to improve the licensing. With a few of the companies, when you have the agent installed, once the instance dies, you are released from the license. However, with cloud-based, you have to contact the cloud-based support to release the license and map it to the new instance. View full review »
Aimee White
Website and EComm at a local government with 10,001+ employees
We chose to procure this solution via AWS Marketplace because the devs are a load of button-pushers so they are always trialing software on AWS to see how we can leverage AWS’ flexibility, scalability, and granular pricing model. Also, it made sense for us to use this as we had multiple clients. We got great control out of our builds this way. View full review »
Jose Ferrer
Director API Development at Sirius XM Radio Inc.
We chose to go through the AWS Marketplace because of scalability. View full review »
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