Sonatype Nexus Lifecycle Pricing and License Cost

EdwinKwan
Security Team Lead at Tyro Payments Limited
We're pretty happy with the price, for what it is delivering for us and the value we're getting from it. View full review »
ColinStandish
Project Manager at a hospitality company with 10,001+ employees
One of the challenges we had around licensing was how to deal with anonymous requests. According to the letter of the contract, an anonymous request consumes a license. We had to do some work to get over the fact that any anonymous interactions with the Lifecyle product had to be put back to an end-user account. We discovered this by chance when we were going through the whole licensing situation last year. We have plugged those anonymous gaps now, so we're okay. Going back to the scalability, when we had anonymous connections in there, we probably were running at about 5,000 and there were no issues. I don't know whether we get a great deal or a bad deal compared to other companies. I've not done my research on that. But in terms of the price point that we're charged, I know the people who actually sign the checks for this and they're happy to pay — if anybody's ever happy to pay for anything at that particular level. So the pricing is fine. If you run it through your own infrastructure that's the only additional cost. If they could do a software-as-a-service product, we'd probably take it, if it was something that could scale and integrate into our pipeline. We're certainly having a really good conversation with people at GitLab right now around that very thing, around software as a service, rather than having to build our own platforms and the whole management around that. We're cloud-first as a business organization, so if there was something that they could do better, it would be to provide that SaaS-based solution. I don't know if it's available in other countries, but it's certainly not available in the UK. View full review »
ConfigManag73548
Configuration Manager at a health, wellness and fitness company with 5,001-10,000 employees
Our licensing is bundled. We pay a single licensing cost for both Nexus OSS and Nexus Lifecycle together. So I'm not sure what the individual costs would be. We bought both Nexus Repo - we're using Nexus 2.0 and Nexus 3.0 - and Nexus Lifecycle. View full review »
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Russell Webster
VP and Sr. Manager at a financial services firm with 1,001-5,000 employees
Pricing is decent. It's not horrible. It's middle-of-the-road, as far as our ranking goes. They're a little bit more but that's also because they provide more. They put more manpower and time into their research - the details on their findings and the way they bring those to the surface. They offer some more features that others don't have, so I understand why it's a little bit more. They were pretty good with us on pricing, working through it. View full review »
Axel Niering
Achitekt at SV Informatik GmbH
Its pricing is competitive within the market. It's not very cheap, it's not very expensive. View full review »
JavaDevef0ca
Java Development Manager at a government with 10,001+ employees
Pricing is comparable with some of the other products. We are happy with the pricing. View full review »
ManojKumar9
Systems Analyst at Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
The licensing is okay. Compared to IBM, Sonatype is good. View full review »
Find out what your peers are saying about Sonatype Nexus Lifecycle vs. WhiteSource and other solutions. Updated: October 2019.
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