Aqua is offered via multiple plans. Each plan is optimized to address a slightly different use case as listed below. To determine which plan is best suitable for you please continue to read this article and/or visit Aqua's official pricing web page for a complete list of capabilities for each plan.  


Aqua Plans & Use Cases

Aqua is offered in four basic plan levels:

  • Developer plan (Free):
    Designed for individual developers (or small dev teams) running Aqua in a limited non-production capacity
  • Team plan:
    Designed for small teams (up to 25 developers), operating small/medium scale cloud-native production environments
  • Advanced plan:
    Designed for larger teams or small enterprises (up to 75 developers), operating intermediate cloud-native production environments
  • Premier plan:
    Design for massive scale, multi-team enterprises, operating complex cloud-native environments. This is Aqua's most comprehensive plan and includes tiered pricing for increased capacity as needed.

The official pricing web page includes a detailed capability map available with each plan.

Getting your Plan Details

Finding out your current plan assignment is easy. There are two locations presenting this information: 

Note for customers on one of the legacy plans, the following pages may look different.

  1. CSPM main dashboard:
    Sign in to your Aqua account. The landing page presents the CSPM dashboard page and the plan name is presented on the right side of the dashboard.

    In the example below, you can see that the user is currently set up for the Premier plan. When you click on the Edit button, you will be redirected to the Plan & Billing location where you can view more details and make changes.

  2. Plan & Billing:
    The second location to view the Plan information is from the Plan & Billing location. You can navigate to that location directly from the dashboard as listed above or navigate from the left side menu to Account Management -> Plan & Billing. On this page, you can view more details about the plan as well as the current usage of your capacity.