for Your Open Source Management
How many contributing developers do you have?
For 20 developers / Year
Starting at 20 developers
Essentials’ capabilities, plus:
For 40 developers / Year
Starting at 40 developers
Team’s capabilities, plus:
“Contributing Developer” means any employee or contractor who during the term of the agreement accesses or uses the WhiteSource Program or any engineer, developer or other person that writes, develops or modifies the Customer’s, or Customer’s affiliate’s, code being scanned or monitored by the WhiteSource Program. For the avoidance of doubt, the same individual will not be counted more than once even if acting in two separate roles such as a developer and platform user.
No. We believe that only through continuous monitoring can our customers take full advantage of WhiteSource’s capabilities. Our recommended practice is to activate our plugins with every commit or nightly build since we offer an unlimited number of scans.
WhiteSource automates and manages open source components throughout the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC). Therefore, pricing based on the number of Contributing Developers best reflects the impact of our solution, without limiting you on factors such as size of code or number of scans.
No. The number of portal users does not reflect the work that is actually being performed in order to support these developers. We find that many organizations can even manage their open source usage with a limited number of portal users, for example by leveraging our APIs and consuming our data outside the web portal.
Yes. WhiteSource offering includes the full extent of our database, which supports over 200 programming languages. We aggregate vulnerabilities from the NVD, dozens of security advisories, and popular open source projects issue trackers to make sure you’re always covered.
No. We take pride in offering a transparent, simple, and predictable pricing.
We price per Contributing Developer since we know managers have better visibility into the growth of their headcount rather than the size of their software or lines of code.