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Flexible pricing options to meet your business needs

Monthly
Annual
Save up to 25% by paying annually

Community

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Starter

$ 199 per month (billed annually)

Standard

$ 749 per month (billed annually)

Premium

$ 1499 per month (billed annually)

FREE

42 tuono objects
$ FREE a month (paid annually)
Base + 0 expansion Packs
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500

100 tuono objects
$ 199 a month (paid annually)
Base + 0 expansion Packs
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500

How many Tuono objects do you want?

Base license includes 500 Tuono objects and additional objects are available in 500 object expansion packs.
$ 749 a month (paid annually)
Base + 0 expansion Packs
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500

Base license includes 500 Tuono objects and additional objects are available in 500 object expansion packs.
$ 1499 a month (paid annually)
Base + 0 expansion Packs
500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500
Community
Starter
Standard
Premium
Features
Expansion Packs Available
Unlimited
Unlimited
Multi-Cloud
Cloud Credentials
2
8
32
64
Users
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Secure Cloud Credential Storage
Role-Based Access Control (RBAC)
Secrets Management (password, key, etc.)
Preview
Resource Locking
Versioning
Log Retention
30 Days
30 Days
30 Days
90 Days
Drift Detection
Manual
Manual
Manual
Automated
Rollback
Advanced Tagging
Reporting
Support
Hours
Best Effort
8x5
8x5
24x7
Email
30 days
Chat
30 days
Phone

Frequently Asked Questions

Every item you build in a Tuono Blueprint is a Tuono object. For example, instances/VMS, subnets, security policies, protocols, load balancers, etc.

Each of the public clouds uses a different object model. Applying a Tuono Blueprint to AWS and Azure may create a different number of objects in each of the public clouds. We use Tuono objects to be sure the Tuono pricing is the same no matter which cloud you deploy into.

The number of Tuono objects will vary based on your exact use case. Instances/VMs, subnets, security policies, protocols, load balancers, etc. are all Tuono objects. When you are getting started, a simple way to estimate your Tuono object count is to multiply the number of instances/VMs you plan to deploy by 3. An estimate is never perfect, but it will give you a reasonable starting point.

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