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$0/mo
Up to 20 committers
Unlimited Foresight seat
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14 days free trial
Standard
$9/mo per committer
First 20 committers are free
Free for open-source projects
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Enterprise
Custom
Free for open-source projects
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Full plan comparison

Analytics
Free
$30
/month
Standard
$40
/month
Enterprise
$60
/month
Committer
Up to 20
Unlimited
Unlimited
On-Prem
No
No
Yes
Open-source repositories and committers
Always free for all
Foresight seat
Unlimited for all
Data Retention
30 days
30 days
Custom
GHES (GitHub Enterprise Server Support)
No
No
Yes
All features enabled
Yes
Support
Community
Private
Private
Tags and mentions feed
Coming Soon
Coming Soon
Coming Soon
Analytics
Popular
$199
/month
Advanced
$299
/month
Agency
$499
/month
Social profiles
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Team members
Unlimited
100
Unlimited
Competitors per profile
10
30
500
Industry Benchmark
Conversations
Tags and mentions
Monitoring
Popular
$199
/month
Advanced
$299
/month
Agency
$499
/month
Conversations
Comments export
Customized feeds
Additional feed
Tags and mentions feed
Tags and mentions feed

FAQ

We're here to support you.
Who is a committer?

A committer is a real developer who commits a code in the last 30 days into a repository watched by Foresight. We use GitHub's official API to fetch the committers. We omit bots from your committer list.

What if a new committer is added to my team every month?

We automatically fetch the latest active committers by using GitHub API. However, we don't charge you without your knowledge. You can always adjust your committer limit. Whether there is a new committer added or you have less committer than your limit, you can always change your limit for the next billing period. Team admins will receive an email a few days before payment each month recapping what the bill will be and highlighting new committers.

How do I estimate my committer limit?

Apart from your own developer count, you can see your active committer list on Foresight's Billing page. You need to watch at least 1 private repository to see the committer list.

Who is responsible for the payments?

Any owner, admin, and billing user can adjust the payments by entering payment information.

How do I cancel my plan?

You can always cancel your Foresight plan. If you've paid a plan and decided to cancel, you will be able to use Foresight within your limits until the next billable month. When you cancel your plan, your plan will be automatically downgraded to a Free plan with a 20 committer limit. If you want to delete your Foresight account please contact us.

Can you send the invoices?

Yes, you are able to see your invoice from your "Billing" page.

Are open source repository committers billable?

No. Foresight is, and always will be, free for open-source projects and their committers.

What is included in all features?

Foresight doesn't have any feature limits according to your package. All the features such as Change Impact Analysis, Workflow Monitoring, Test Monitoring, and Rules will be available in every package.

How secure is it to use Foresight?

We are very strict about the security and privacy of our customers' information. Foresight applies the least privilege principles and requires minimum permission to process your integration. We use the official GitHub application to gather workflow and test data. However, you can also create your own GitHub app with your own privileges and take control of the security. In addition, Foresight also supports on-prem and GHES in the Enterprise package. Please, contact our Sales team to get a quote.

Which means of payment do you accept?

Paid subscriptions require a Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover, or a Paypal account. We only accept online payments. All payments are non-refundable.

Still confused? Ask us anything.

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Testcontainers' own test suite is massive, because nothing is worse than an unstable testing tool. We always knew that there are opportunities to reduce its execution time by optimizing some of these tests, but Foresight helped visualizing the hotspots and prioritize the tests that needs to be optimized first. With this kick in the... err... build, we are ready to stop procrastinating and start optimizing!

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