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 pricing was reviewed about three years ago. We like the pricing setup as it scales up and down easily, as we are charged by the number of med notes. The pricing is fair. We simply have to pay for the subscription to get access to the software and the support system and don't have any costs above that.
Its price is good. They call it subscription, not license, and it is on a yearly basis. There is only one subscription, and that's it.
Satellite is usually bundled with the Red Hat premium-level support. So you can figure — depending on the number of servers — it can be from a couple of thousand dollars per year to over $100000 per year. It is absolutely dependent on how many servers you are using. The effect is that there are additional costs for the support and all that stuff but the license itself comes as a single total cost. That is the license being a total cost for Red Hat servers bundled in with premium support. If you have more than 50 servers, I would say using Satellite would be a boon. Depending on the number of administrators you have hired and the number of servers you are using, it can be cost-effective or not. But that goes with almost any software solution that you use, across the board.
Hi community members,
I work at a government organization with 10,000+ employees.
I'm looking for a comparison between Ansible and Red Hat Satellite (better, as a comparison report).
Can anyone help with this?
What is an automated configuration management and why is it important, in yourr opinion?