For organizations hosting their code on their own servers
CustomTailored to your businessbilled annually
Hosted on your own infrastructure
GitLab server integrations
Unlimited projects and team dashboard
Developer and DevOps tools
What is the trial?
Just signup with your GitHub account and use the trial for the full functionality of our paid plan (No credit card is required). After 14 days the trial will automatically expire. You'll need to upgrade your plan to keep using DeepScan for private repositories.
What is a seat?
Team seats are subscriptions assigned to members in the team. Each member of your team occupies one seat, so you can add seats accordingly.
Can I change my billing plan or cancel?
Yes, you can upgrade or downgrade your subscription whenever you want. Also, you can add seats for your subscription but removing seats is not supported. To cancel your subscription go to the team's settings page and hit "downgrade to a Free Plan" under the plan tab.
What form of payment do you accept?
We accept PayPal. If your payment method is not supported, please contact our team for details. The billing currency is indicated in US dollars. Please check with the exchange rates when making international payments in your local currency.
How will you bill me?
We'll bill your payment method according to the plan you choose, either monthly or annually. If you don't want to get billed for the upcoming period, cancel your subscription.
Are there any additional charges?
No. The price depends on the seats in your subscription and on whether you prefer to pay monthly or annually. Additionally, purchasing a DeepScan subscription via an annual plan will save you approximately 16%.
Are your charges prorated?
Yes. All the seats added partway through the month or year will only be charged for the days until the upcoming billing date.
Yes. DeepScan Enterprise is the suite of packages that users may be interested in licensing when they want DeepScan on private sources behind the firewall. It includes products such as on-premise server, editor plugins, SonarQube plugin and Node.js package. Visit here for more information.