Global configuration management allows to share certain configuration between all repositories
in your organization without copy/pasting it between repositories.
One container equals one task that can be run at the same time.
Bigger projects/more frequent pushes generally means you need more containers, or the analysis/tests are queued and are not run immediately.
Not sure which plan to choose?
Tell us about your requirements and we'll let you know which plan would best fit your needs.
Is my code secure?
We take the security of your code very seriously. You can read more about the steps we take to ensure
your code is safe on our Security page.
How does the 14 day trial work?
It's quite simple. You can use Scrutinizer 14 days for free. We do not ask for any credit card details.
If you would like to continue to use our service after the trial, you can subscribe to a plan in your profile.
What is a container and how many do I need?
A container is an environment in which an analysis is run. If you have a single container, you can
run one inspection at a time without parallelization. With 4 containers you could run 4 inspections
concurrently without parallelization or 2 inspections with 2 way parallelization each. The amount of
containers depends on how often you push and how fast you would like to get your results. Additional
containers cost 50 EUR/month/container.
How does parallelization work?
If you have two or more containers and enable parallelization on a repository, our system will
automatically adjust inspections to execute certain analyses in parallel. This will provide you
with faster results without having you make any changes to your set-up.
What about open-source repositories?
We do not charge for open-source repositories, you can add as many as you like.
Can I change my plan?
Yes! You can change your plan at any time. We will prorate the new cost for the remaining time of your
current billing interval.
Is there a minimum contract period?
No. All plans are paid monthly in advance and can be canceled at the end of each billing period.