Paid subscriptions for Sourcegraph Enterprise and Enterprise Starter

Organizations using Sourcegraph can upgrade to Sourcegraph Enterprise or Enterprise Starter to get the features that large organizations need (single sign-on, backups and recovery, cluster deployment, etc.). These additional features in Sourcegraph Enterprise and Enterprise Starter are paid and not open source.

You can buy a subscription on Sourcegraph.com. This entitles you to a license key (immediately generated after purchase), which activates Enterprise features on your Sourcegraph instance.

Volume discounts

Sourcegraph Enterprise Starter provides volume discounts above 500 users according to the following table:

Users Discount
500–1,000 10% discount
1,000–1,500 15% discount
1,500 and above 20% discount

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True-up pricing

When you purchase a new Sourcegraph Enterprise or Enterprise Starter license, you select and pay for a number of users. Like GitLab, Sourcegraph offers true-up pricing, which means the license is never blocking user growth.

Instead, if you exceed the number of users on the license, Sourcegraph will true up your license at your next renewal. This means a retroactive charge for the full yearly cost of a user will be applied for the difference between the maximum number of user accounts at any given time on your instance, and the number of users on the license.

If you want to prevent the retroactive charge, you can upgrade your license to cover a larger number of users at any time. This will allow you only pay for new users as they start using Sourcegraph, and not for the full previous license term.

See your license status any time on the Site admin > License page. (The URL is https://sourcegraph.example.com/site-admin/license.)

Example Sourcegraph Enterprise license status: True up pricing summary example