Ideal for companies building large-scale distributed apps.
Discounts offered based on annual commitments
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A component in Choreo is typically a single microservice, API, or job/task. Each component in Choreo is attached to a given directory path in a GitHub repository which contains either a program source code or a Dockerfile with build instructions. A component is Choreo’s unit of deployment and maps to a single pod in the Kubernetes cluster (data plane) at deployment. Therefore, you can deploy, manage, and scale each component in Choreo independently. To learn more visit our documentation.
A Developer plan allows you to try out Choreo’s capabilities at no cost. It’s ideal for proof of concept (PoC) tasks or workloads with limited transactions. This plan allows you to experiment with 5 free components and provides $1,000/year of Choreo Data Plane (CDP) credits.
Calculating infrastructure costs depends on the type of workload you want to manage. Here are a few examples:
Your bill will detail the number of components used, infrastructure consumed, support plans used, and any additional services you may have purchased. If you are unsure about any charges on your bill, kindly reach out to [email protected] for clarification.
The Choreo Enterprise plan does not automatically include support; however, you can purchase support plans in addition to the Enterprise plan at any time. Find out more at https://wso2.com/choreo/customer-support/.
No, there are no outages when upgrading a plan.