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How are Kubernetes vCPU hours calculated?
Our pricing is based on the vCPU hours of your environment. PerfectScale calculates the amount of vCPU cores per hour allotted across any cloud or self-hosted Kubernetes environments, providing complete transparency into your licensing needs and utilization.
What Kubernetes environment do you support?
PerfectScale is completely agnostic to all Kubernetes flavors and cloud types (including private data centers).
Does each user needs a license?
No, you can create unlimited users per account.
How do I predict licensing needs for an annual contract?
We offer a 30-day trial where you can get a clear picture of your yearly licensing needs. Additionally, if your needs grow throughout the year, we make it easy for you to purchase the additional licenses you need to support your environment.
What happens if my vCPU hours increase over the year?
Our Advanced and Expert packages include a 5% grace buffer above your purchased vCPU hour licensing. We will notify you when you approach this limit. Any additional licenses needed will be priced at a prorated rate that aligns with your current billing cycle.
If you are in the Community package and surpass the 200k vCPU core consumption limit per month, you will need to move to the Advanced or Expert plan.
What happens when my trial expires?
When your 30-day trial expires, if the total monthly allocated vCPU hours of your Kubernetes infrastructure is more than 200k per month, you will have to purchase either the Advanced or Expert licensing to continue using PerfectScale.
If you are below the 200k vCPU threshold, your account will be automatically converted into the Community package.