Plans & Pricing
Open source security for teams of all sizes
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Who counts as a developer?
We refer to a developer as any active contributor to the project you are securing with Snyk who has made at least one commit in the last 90 days.
Are contributors to my open source projects counted?
Open source projects are unlimited when using the free plan. When on a paid plan however, the contributors to these are counted towards the total number of developers we are considering for pricing.
Do you store any credit card information in your systems?
No. All credit card activity and information is handled by our third-party provider, Stripe. See Stripe’s Terms and Services.
How do I access my on premise source code management (GitHub Enterprise, Bitbucket Server, GitLab)?
The broker is an open source project that acts as a proxy brokering communication between snyk.io and your on premise source code management solution such as GitHub Enterprise, GitLab CE/EE, Bitbucket Server and on premise container registries. Learn more at https://github.com/snyk/broker.
How do Snyk Open Source and Snyk Container work together?
Both solutions complement each other, providing a wider coverage for developers that work with both open source libraries and containers. The interface for the solutions is integrated, allowing teams to consume data on a unified platform.
How can I get a count of my active contributors?
Take a look at our documentation for help counting contributors.
What are the different user roles on Snyk?
The free account and starter plan have only administrators, whereas the other paid-for plans allow you to add collaborators. Collaborators can view and contribute to projects, but can’t access billing details or invite team members.
How do you count tests?
For source code management, we count a test whenever you make a change to your dependencies on your default branch, and depending on your settings, whenever you create a pull request which changes those dependencies. For the Snyk CLI, we count each call to snyk test or snyk monitor as a test. For container scans from the registry, we count each test and monitor as a test. Note that the limit for tests is different between open source and container scans, with 200 tests for open source vulnerabilities and 100 tests for container vulnerabilities.
What data is leaving my perimeter and going into the Snyk Cloud? What if I am not allowed to upload anything to the cloud?
Our Snyk apps extract a dependency tree from your project using various techniques. A representation of this tree is uploaded into our backend to compare against our vulnerability database. If your security constraints prevent the necessary access to your codebase, our on-premise or brokered versions are recommended. Contact us to learn more.