Pricing

What choices do I have?

Depending on your needs, you can use the following editions of SymbolSource.

Regular Account Company Account Server.Basic Embedded Edition Deployable Instance
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Feature set Hosting packages, symbols and sources in public and private repositories on SymbolSource.org. Managing users and repositories under a separate, cloud-based instance of SymbolSource. On-premise hosting of symbols and sources in 5 simple steps, similar to Install-Package NuGet.Server. Embedding symbol and source server capabilities in other commercial applications. Hosting packages, symbols and sources in your own cloud or on-premise infrastructure.
Number of users 1 choose a plan 1 unlimited unlimited
Number of public repositories unlimited unlimited 1 unlimited unlimited
Number of private repositories choose a plan unlimited 1 0
(securable with IIS)
unlimited
Licensing model software as a service software as a service open source commercial license commercial license
Pricing model free for all monthly fee
(free during beta)
free for all single payment single payment
or subsription
(free during beta)

How much does it cost?

What do I get?

Summed up, the main functionality of various SymbolSource editions covers the following areas.

Regular Account Company Account Server.Basic Embedded Edition Deployable Instance
Serving symbols (PDB files) and sources on-demand to @VisualStudio(), @WinDbg() and other software compatible with the @SrcSrv() protocol Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Validating all symbol package uploads for completeness and correctness Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Validating packages client-side with a dedicated NuGet Package Explorer plugin Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Hosting repositories of @NuGet() and @OpenWrap() packages in addition to symbol/source only repositories Yes Yes Yes
Providing online source code navigation and analysis (more coming soon) Yes Yes Yes
Securing access independently to repositories, projects and versions, with separate pemissions for read and write operations Yes Yes Yes
Exposing a management interface to all content and metadata through the web site and a @SoapApi() Yes Yes Yes
Maintaining separate user and repository databases with additional branding options Yes Yes
Integrated with @NuGetOrg() and @MyGetOrg() Yes Yes
Providing out of the box integration with any @NuGetGallery() instance Yes Yes