For your development machines

Individual

$180

per seat / year

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  • From 2 cores parallelization
  • Email support (No SLA)
  • Scala 2.13

Professional

$540

per seat / year

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  • From 4 cores parallelization
  • Email support (3 business days SLA)
  • Scala 2.12 and 2.13

Enterprise

$1080

per seat / year

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  • 8 cores parallelization
  • Email support (1 business day SLA)
  • Scala 2.11, 2.12, and 2.13
  • Compile-time monitoring

For your CI/CD machines

Starter

$990

per node / year

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  • 4 cores parallelization
  • Scala 2.12 and 2.13
  • Email support (No SLA)
  • Floating license

Team

$3000

per node / year

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  • 8 cores parallelization
  • Scala 2.11, 2.12, and 2.13
  • Email support (3 business day SLA)
  • Floating license
  • Compile-time monitoring

Enterprise

$5000

per node / year

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  • 16 cores parallelization
  • Scala 2.11, 2.12, 2.13
  • Email support (1 business day SLA)
  • Floating license
  • Compile-time monitoring

ROI Calculator

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I pay monthly?

Yes, we have monthly plans for all license types. On the checkout page select the appropriate plan for your needs.

Can I add more cores to an existing license?

Yes, on the checkout page you can select additional cores for the Individual and Professional license.

What's the meaning of "per seat" for a Developer license?

When activated, a Developer license is locked to the machine that activated the license. Of course, you have the option of deactivating a license from one machine and activating it again on a new one.

When is a Floating license needed?

If you are using a virtualized environment for building you will need a Server license to compile with Hydra.

What is a "node" for a Floating license?

A node is a physical machine, a virtual machine, or a Docker container.
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