Snapt licenses are split into Standard and Enterprise. Standard licenses are  priced based on your upstreams, and Enterprise based largely on support  and installation size.

Sizing Guide

Use the Snapt Sizing guide to give you a good indication of what product you need.  It'll ask you a few questions and then give you a license size.

Pricing Overview

Check out the full price list and decide what best suits your organization. Remember to consider support requirements as well!


About Standard

Standard licenses include all our products and are limited in terms of  upstreams and active connections. These licenses are perfect for smaller  businesses or startups, and can be upgraded at any time. An upstream is a single backend server (IP:port combination), for  example, a webserver. Redundancy is not included, and you need to  purchase multiple licenses to use it.

About Enterprise

Enterprise licenses include all our products as with Standard, but have  no limits on upstreams or active connections and instead use performance  guidelines for sizing. They also enjoy a very high level of support,  backed by SLA.

The SLAs range between 1 and 0.5 hours, depending on package. The  ADC-500 and up also includes 2 full Snapt licenses, for a fully  redundant solution.


Who should buy Enterprise?

Enterprise  licenses include all Snapt products as with Standard, but have no  limits on upstreams or active connections and instead use performance  guidelines for sizing. This allows the clients to have unlimited performance on individual licenses. They also enjoy a very high level of support, backed by SLA, and several additional features.

You should consider Enterprise if you need:

  1. Unlimited performance, upstreams and connections. No hard limits at all.
  2. SLA guaranteed support with a 1 hour response time.
  3. LDAP authentication for Snapt logins, and 2-factor authentication.
  4. Redundancy licenses included for free, as well as free QA/dev licenses.
  5. Consultancy services with a minimum of 10 hours per year.

Learn more about the differences between Enterprise and Standard.