Dell Boomi AtomSphere Pricing, License Cost and Setup

Markus De Haan
Self Employed/Independent at a consultancy
The licensing model of Dell Boomi is based on a ‘pay-per-use’ model. I would advise an organization adopting Dell Boomi to make a clear plan on which integrations should be delivered, so that all needed investments are known up-front. The technology type of integrations should also be taken into account when creating this complete overview for licensing, as well as the expected number of messages per interface/API. If a company is replacing an existing integration platform, such as the ones that were available around 10 years ago, I would advise on migrating step-by-step to Boomi. By doing this, all new integrations can be realized on Dell Boomi and existing connections can be migrated in time and when required (before license renewal of the former integration platform). This would allow an organization to have the proper type of cost control in place, and would not require a ‘big bang’ approach for migrating to the new platform, while such an approach is still be possible and viable. View full review »
Dell Boomi Atomsphere, Jitterbit, Lotus Notes Lead / Analyst/ Technical Manager at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
Dell follows a very unique licensing model. They do not charge by the number of people using the software (client-server model), but rather they charge based on the number of connections used. This makes it very cost effective. View full review »
Specialist - Enterprise Integration at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The Platinum package is good for licensing, but I’m not sure about the cost and improvements. View full review »
Kevin Osborn
System Analyst / Programmer at a logistics company with 501-1,000 employees
For integrations, it is one of the best products available. View full review »

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