We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
The problem with the pricing model is not so much the price for the Atlassian basic software itself; the issues I have with the pricing are in respect to the add-ons. The problem with add-on pricing is that it typically is always calculated based on the amount of basic Confluence or Jira licenses. Since some of the add-ons will only get used by a very limited number of users, having to pay for the full implementation (for all the people using Confluence or Jira), seems like an unfair pricing model. It also prohibits the usage of certain add-ons, too. Certain add-ons from a functionality-perspective are much more exclusive to only a few users. That pricing model should be reviewed and potentially edited or amended to make it more flexible.
When you purchase this solution you get some support.
For us, it's free to use. We don't pay any licensing.
I don't know what the licensing costs for the solution are at this time.
* It's easy to set up, as it gives a quick guide for the same process. * Costing and pricing may vary depending on usage.
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