Continuously secure all apps with unlimited Snyk projects
To do security well, you have to do it continuously. Finding and fixing vulnerable libraries once is great, but without monitoring those dependencies and testing code changes, you’ll quickly slip back to being insecure.
Snyk’s mission isn’t to get you using our product, but rather to help you be truly—and continuously—secure. To that end, I’m excited to announce we’re overhauling our pricing to make Snyk projects, and the ongoing protection they offer, free!
Instead of limiting projects, the new pricing model revolves around how often you run a test to find out if an application is vulnerable. Tests will run as part of your GitHub workflow or when you invoke them via the CLI (e.g. within your CI), helping you keep new vulnerable dependencies out. We will also test your projects on a daily or weekly basis for new vulnerabilities, informing you of newly disclosed security flaws that affect your dependencies.
You’ll get 100 such tests in the free tier each month, to use as you please. If you go over that limit, we’ll let you know we’ve paused the tests, and you can choose if you’d like to test less frequently or upgrade to a premium plan. Your quota will reset every month, making sure you get at least that frequency of security testing done. As before, Snyk remains free for Open Source projects, and always will be.
In addition to changing the pricing model, we also upgraded our UI and the onboarding workflow to make it super easy to protect more repos, scale better to the thousands of repos some of our users have, as well as many improvements to how you navigate the site and the different screens.
So what are you waiting for? Go on and add some Snyk projects! :)
Maven support is here!
April 18, 2017Last November, we announced that in addition to Node.js support, we were adding support for Ruby. And now it's time to expand yet again. Today we're excited to announce Snyk's support for Java and other Maven supporting languages!
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