@native-api you couldn’t have been more wrong, for 10 people it’s $4000 when infrastructure is ours, servers ours, kubernetes cluster ours, all travis-ci provides is support, and it’s just licensing, it’s not their infra. I contacted them and this was true for enterprise on-prem:
For our Enterprise (On-Prem), licenses are sold in user packs of 10 and based on number of users. This includes unlimited concurrent builds and includes updates and support.
Pricing starts at $4,000 per user pack
|Number of users
and so on.
My company has at least 1000 developers which will mean I’d have to pay: $400,000 for licensing, please keep in mind, that this is only licensing and basic management. If it was their hardware, their cluster I’d understand, but it’s not, and since it’s our hardware all they’ll be doing is providing support and maybe basic help. I don’t think paying $400,000 is worth it.
And since it’s our own hardware I don’t understand the idea of them licensing per users, if we have more developers, our resources are being used, our own servers, travis doesn’t have to do anything, I don’t see the point of paying that much of money. I’d rather go with other providers.
And I think because travis won’t need that much of maintenance, our devops will be free to do something else.