Engineering teams using DevInsight report a significant ROI boost within their first 180 days, see why:
Who counts as a user?
DevInsight charges on a per-user basis. A user is anyone with login credentials that enable them to access your DevInsight dashboards & reports. For example, if you have five teams — each with one manager and three developers — you may choose to purchase a five-user plan (one for each manager).
Should I add developers as users?
Absolutely! It’s very common for high performing teams to give everyone access to the visibility provided by DevInsight. These high performing teams have found that giving developers more visibility can help them self-correct inefficiencies, and make continuous improvements. After all, it’s usually developers that are first aware of bottlenecks, and how to resolve them.
What if different teams use different repositories?
We’re responsive to your infrastructure and workflow decisions, and don’t limit the number of teams or repositories you can manage. DevInsight also gives you fine-grained access control so you can maintain the security and autonomy of different teams.
What about data security?
DevInsight is built from the ground up to be secure — because we value the trust our customers put in us when they connect their sensitive systems. We only collect and store necessary metadata related to your deployment (such as pull request titles and commit messages).
How does pricing work?
Pricing is straightforward. Just take the number of users you have, multiply it by our monthly rate, and then multiply that number by 12. We’ll also check in regularly to make sure your teammates are using DevInsight, and that you’ve purchased the appropriate number of seats.
Can my company do a free trial?
Definitely! In fact, most of our customers start with a proof of concept before rolling out DevInsight across their entire organization. Start by reaching out to email@example.com
Is there a limit on data sources I can connect to?
There is no limit, and we do not charge for additional connections. DevInsight lets customers connect to a wide range of popular developer, devops, and project management tools like GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, Azure DevOps (ADO), Jira, Jenkins, PagerDuty, and more.