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Plan and usage

Overview#

You can find more information about your plan and usage in your workpsace settings. Visit the Plan & usage section.

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What is a private collaborative repository? A private collaborative repository is a private repository belonging to a VCS organization, representing a business entity, and to which multiple developers can be contributing.

What is a contributing developer? We define a contributing developer as a commit author email address. A contributing developer is a developer who made at least one commit to a private collaborative repository within the last 90 days.

Plan#

There are three types of plan:

  • Free
  • Business
  • Enterprise

You can benefit from all Business plan features with a 30-day free trial of the plan.

Plan / Contributing developersFreeTrialBusiness & Enterprise
< 25 devsAll repositories monitored
❌ No Business features
All repositories monitored
✅ Business features
All repositories monitored
✅ Business features
> 25 devs❌ Private collaborative repositories NOT monitored
❌ No Business features
All repositories monitored
✅ Business features
All repositories monitored
✅ Business features

If you want additional information about our different plans, please visit the pricing page on our website.

Usage#

Free plan#

You can monitor your private collaborative repositories within a limit of 25 contributing developers. Only workspace Managers and Owners can view the total number of contributing developers.

If you have more than 25 contributing developers, there are two possibilities:

  • Your trial will start automatically if you reach the limit of 25 contributing developers (happens after adding new repositories to your perimeter for example).
  • Your free trial has been redeemed and expired, meaning your private collaborative repositories are no longer monitored. We invite you to contact our sales team via email to upgrade your plan.

Business & Enterprise plan#

You can monitor your private collaborative repositories, in respect with the number of contributing developer licenses you have acquired.