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We have all the licenses, which we pay for annually. The price is a little high, but the product is good.
This is an affordable solution. There is an annual licensing fee for upgrading the device.
I don't know the exact prices because that is a function of accounting, but I know service is contracted on a yearly basis. We purchased the minimal license for Imperva initially even though we have a lot of databases, but the license covered our needs. The company has recommended increasing the licensing. There are additional costs depending on the features. For example, if we want to prevent something on the DV level we can't because we didn't purchase that license. If we want it, we can add it. Our main goal right now is to enhance the license for the TPS license (transaction process system). It is easy to enhance functionality by adding other features licenses.
Licenses are yearly. We normally try to negotiate a perpetual license but separate annual support and maintenance. The pricing over-all depends on the entry level. For example, if support and maintenance are about $20,000 - $25,000, the initial cost can be five times more. It is less expensive for the company to maintain the client than to make the deployment. There are some additional costs for add-ons and scaling.
Licensing fees are on a yearly basis, and it is a good value for the money.
The cost of support for this solution is very expensive. There are no costs in addition to the standard licensing fees.