Starting at $750 for 25M events/month
- Everything in Free plus
- Grafana Dashboards
- Priority Support
You can also deploy or contribute to RudderStack Open Source. Learn more on Github
No MTUs and no cliffs, just volume
Our Pro pricing starts at $750 for 25m events, scales in 50m increments from there, and gets cheaper as you scale
Data Lead, Grofers
With RudderStack you don’t have to worry about data volumes day in day out.
You get to focus on building the product. You don’t need to worry about data privacy and you can easily route data to every part of your stack.
Compare Features by Plan
- Event SDK Sources (Mobile, Web, Custom, etc.)
- Cloud Sources
- Segment Source
- Looker Source
- Data Warehouse Destinations (Redshift, Snowflake, Clickhouse, etc.)
- Data Lake Destinations (S3, Google Storage, etc.)
- Cloud Destinations (GA, Amplitude, Braze, etc.)
Advanced Integration & Management
- Live Debuggers (Sources and Destinations)
- Data Masking
- Selective Sync
- Monitoring Dashboards (Grafana)
- Event Replay
- Alerting & Error Notifications
Deployment & Security
- Rudderstack Cloud
- Multi-user Support
- Multi-node Scaling
- VPC Deployment
- Slack Community Support
- Dedicated Chat Support
- Customer Success Manager
- Onboarding Service
How can we help you?
What support is available with the Community plan and Enterprise plan?
If you are on the Free plan, we have an active community on Slack where you can ask questions. Click here to join us! If you are on the Pro plan, you’ll get a dedicated, private live chat support from our Customer Success team.
If you are on the Enterprise plan, you will have a dedicated account manager.
Is your open-source code maintained and stable?
Under what license is the open-source project released?
How is RudderStack different from Segment?
We are warehouse-first and built for developers. Our goal is to help you build your customer data platform on top of your own data warehouse, not create additional data silos and run complex functions inside of a black box. That’s why we don’t persist any of your data.
We’re API-first, meaning you can integrate features like schema governance into your existing development process (instead of dealing with a cumbersome UI).
Last, but not least, we offer reasonable, volume-based pricing on events, not MTUs, meaning you can reach extreme scale (billions of events per month) without having to worry about incurring unreasonable costs.
Is it evil to collect user-data?
A good middle ground is to avoid collecting PII or user-identifiable data as much as possible and keeping checks and controls on how has to access that data. From the fact that they are using your app, your users probably expect that you are keeping some data about them and would even prefer to have the personalized experience they can get.
However, what should absolutely be avoided is sharing that data with 3rd party vendors (likes of Google, Facebook and tens of other vendors) unless absolutely required. Your users put their trust in you, not them. The increasing array of privacy regulations like CCPA, GDPR are increasingly making it illegal to do so.