Usage-based pricing

Only pay for the policy checks i
you execute each month.

Every time a scan is executed, it's counted as one policy check. If a file pattern that represents several files is passed to the test command (i.e. $ datree test <filePattern>) this scan still counts as one policy check. The same goes for a Kubernetes config file that contains several configurations.

For example: 1,000 policy checks per month cover organizations with 30 Kubernetes projects that are individually deployed every day.  Learn More

(30 K8s projects x 30 days = 900 policy checks per month)


A policy check can include any number of files.



1,000 Policy Checks/Month


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2,000 Policy Checks/Month

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+ Additional: $10 per additional 50 policy checks


Customizable Amount of Policy Checks/Month

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The pricing is calculated according to the number of monthly policy checks and follows a pay-as-you-go model, without workflow interruption.

Check against one or multiple files in each CLI execution, with each execution counting as a single policy check.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's a policy check?

The action of running a Datree scan on a single or multiple files to check for misconfigurations within. Each scan is considered one policy check, regardless of how many files are included. We charge per policy check because we want our customers to pay only for the value they receive - the results of the scan.

How can I estimate the number of monthly policy checks I will be using?

First, do you know how many pull requests do you do per month? Once you have that number, multiply by the average number of CI/CD builds in a given month. For example, if you typically run about 100 pull requests in a month, multiply that by 5 (this is our approximation), and the result in the estimated number of monthly policy checks that you’ll perform.

Where does the policy evaluation occur?

Datree evaluates your policy in the cloud against the data provided, in an encrypted way, similar to how your workloads operate in the cloud.

What happens when I reach my package’s policy checks limit?

No service disruption will occur. As you approach your account limit, we’ll let you know.

How do I monitor the number of policy checks I use?

Datree provides the information regarding the policy checks run per month in the dashboard.

How is your billing calculated?

You are billed for your usage at the end of every month, similar to how cloud services charge you to use their services.

Do I need to provide my credit card details to get started?

No, you do not. Get started for free. Datree’s free version unlocks all features for up to 1,000 policy checks per month.

What are the limitations in the free version?

There are no feature limitations within Datree’s free version. All features are unlocked for up to 1,000 policy checks per month.

What kind of support do you provide?

In the free version, the community supports you. In the Basic version, you’re supported with email. When you’re upgraded to Pro, chat support also becomes available. Enterprise users are connected with dedicated support representatives.

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