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I suggest talking with Tufin about the flexibility of the pricing structure.
Tufin is expensive but it is very good.
We haven't purchased the license yet for SecureChange. We do have plans to buy it next year. The additional piece, which we are buying and doesn't include our other solution, is close to 300,000.
The cost is too much. For us it's around $40,000.
While licensing varies greatly, it is about $50,000 a year.
The licensing costs are around $250,000 to $300,000. There are ways to deploy the license to different types of firewall. However, if we decide to change the physical brand of the firewall, we need to go back to Tufin and modify the licensing. This is a hassle.
The cost is pretty high. It's close to seven figures. That only goes to show our commitment to using the solution and the products to reach our goals.
I just wrote a purchase order for it. It is a $150,000 a year.
Our licensing costs are three million total and then we pay for maintenance, which is an additional cost for three years.
The licensing costs are a significant amount of money.
I believe our cost is more than $100,000 per year.
The seller of Tufin, when I wanted the solution, was very flexible because the cost on the lease was very high in Latin America. So, he was able to reduce the cost.
Licensing is on a customer by customer basis.
Turning on certain options in the solution comes at an additional cost.
Our licensing fees are more than $100,000 USD per year.
Our licensing fees are approximately $100,000 USD yearly.
Our licensing fees are approximately $250,000 USD.
Our licensing costs are pretty low. We were grandfathered in, so we are at about $35,000 per year.
Licensing is available in both perpetual and subscription models, and it appears to be good for our scalable environments. We have also needed to work with what we call small enforcement point pricing, which we'll probably get more into as people expand.
There is no issue with the pricing because we used a VM. That kept the cost low, as compared to an appliance. The licensing cost quote met our budget.
I was involved with the pricing at the start. But then management took over that issue. In terms of affordability, this company is using it, so it seems they are fine with it. We just provide management with our requirements and it's their concern and responsibility to bring us what we need. Since we still have this solution, I think they are fine with it. But it's a management call.
It's not that expensive, except for Security Groups. For us, just the Security Groups were about half of the total price. The total was about €500,000 a year, of which €200,000 was for Security Groups. For the rest, it's not that expensive, given all the benefits we will get and all the time we will save.
The current licensing scheme is quite confusing but it is clearer than the old one. If you have one MDS you just buy the MDS license and the gateway license. That's most of it. Before this, they broke it down into VS, virtual environment, physical environment, single boxes, cluster boxes. Now the licensing part is much more straightforward. If you have ten gateways you don't need to define one as a single and another as a cluster gateway. Pricing is quite high. We did compare it with AlgoSec but the pricing is not much different between the two.
Pricing played a big part here. We didn't present AlgoSec or FireMon. We got good support from Tufin directly. We managed to position it with an effective price for the customer. The customer had evaluated other products but, due to price as well as support, they chose Tufin.