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$0 / month

  • 1 seat

  • 1 runner

  • 300 pipeline GB-minutes

  • 1 GB of pipeline cache

  • 1 GB of sandbox storage


$29 / month

  • 2 seats

    (extra: $9 / mo. per seat)

  • 1 runner

    (extra: $50 / mo. per runner)

  • 3000 pipeline GB-minutes

    (extra: from $0.0015 per minute)

  • 10 GB of pipeline cache

    (extra: $1 / mo. per GB)

  • 10 GB of sandbox storage

    (extra: $0.25 / mo. per GB)


$99 / month

  • 5 seats

    (extra: $29 / mo. per seat)

  • 2 runners

    (extra: $50 / mo. per runner)

  • 6000 pipeline GB-minutes

    (extra: from $0.0015 per minute)

  • 20 GB of pipeline cache

    (extra: $1 / mo. per GB)

  • 20 GB of sandbox storage

    (extra: $0.25 / mo. per GB)

  • Settable variables

  • IP access restrictions

  • Advanced permissions for pipelines, groups & users

  • Pipelines: trigger conditions, prioritization, custom services for actions & remote YAML configuration

  • LDAP support & SAML 2.0 Single Sing-On


  • What are GB-minutes?

    GB-minutes are the spending unit consumed by running pipelines. Technically, it is the amount of RAM assigned to the pipeline multiplied by the execution time. For example, a pipeline with 3GB of RAM running for 10 minutes consumes 30 GB-minutes. GB-minutes reset every month.

    Once you spend all GB-minutes in your plan, you will be charged extra according to the type of actions in the pipeline. The cost per pipeline GB-minute is $0.0015 and depends on the action type:
    Action typeMinute multiplier
    Linux VM1
    Windows VM2
    MacOS VM6
  • What are seats?

    A seat is a slot for user in Buddy. Each plan has a base number of seats included in the price. Every user above the base limit is charged extra according to the scheme.
  • What are runners?

    Runners allow you to run pipelines and actions in parallel, significantly cutting down on the execution time. 1 runner means that only 1 pipeline can be run at a given time. 2 runners means that you can run 2 pipelines at the same time, or 1 pipeline with 2 parallelized actions, and so on.
  • What is pipeline cache?

    The pipeline cache includes the pipeline filesystem with downloaded dependencies and generated artifacts, cached Docker layers, and data from services attached to builds.
  • What are sandboxes?

    Sandboxes are dynamic environments in which you can preview your application with no additional infrastructure. A sandbox can be launched from a playbook with the most popular configurations (Apache, WordPress, NGINX, etc.) and integrated with Buddy’s pipelines.
  • What is sandbox storage?

    The sandbox storage is the drive space reserved for the sandbox, similar to the reserved space when installing a server on a machine.
  • What are add-ons?

    Add-ons are extra features allowing greater access control in your workspace. They are billed per active user in the workspace.
  • Is there a trial period in Buddy?

    When you first create a workspace, a 14-day trial commences. The trial allows you to test Buddy to full extent with 1000 pipeline GB-minutes, 500 sandbox GB-minutes, and all features unlocked. When the trial is over, you can continue by selecting the plan that best suits your requirements.
  • What payment methods does Buddy support?

    Currently, Buddy supports credit cards and PayPal payments. The charge is performed month-to-month on the basis of the selected plan and consumed resources.
  • What are the differences between Buddy cloud and on-premises?

    The on-premises version of Buddy does not support iOS builds, sandboxes, and VM actions. The price is calculated from the number of users, as there are also no automation minutes and limits on storage.
  • What is the number of runners on Buddy on-premises?

    The default number of runners on Buddy on-premises is 4. The number is independent for the primary installation and workers, i.e. every node has 4 runners. If you need more, please contact us and we will adjust the limit.

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