Pricing that scales
We've got your back: Stellate is free for indie hackers and individual developers. For companies, our pricing scales with your usage!
- 1 seat2 servicesInclude the GraphCDN badge in your footer.
- 10 seatsservices
- Custom seatsCustom services
- Monthly requests
- Locations worldwide
- Custom domains
- Environments (staging, prod)
- Configuration CLI
- Local development
GraphQL Edge Caching
- Fine-grained configuration
- Expiry-based invalidation
- Automatic mutation invalidation
- Purging API
- Operation-level cache hit rate analysis
- Operation-level performance monitoring
- Performance alerts
- GraphQL & HTTP error tracking
- Error alerts
- Email alerts
- Slack alerts
- Schema usage tracking
- Retention (days)
- Email support
- Community support (Discord)
- Live chat support (within business hours)
- 99.99% Uptime SLA
- SAML Single Sign-On (SSO)
- Data Processing Agreement
What is the fair use policy?
To avoid abuse from malicious actors, we have to put a fair use limit on the free plan of 100M monthly requests. If you plan on sending more than that, please reach out to us and we can find a solution together!
Which payment methods do you accept?
We support all major credit card providers, including VISA, Mastercard, and AMEX. For our Enterprise customers, we also support payment via wire transfer. Additional payment methods are not supported at this time.
Which currencies are supported?
At this time, all of our invoices are in US dollars, and we do not support invoicing you in a different currency. However, if you are paying via a credit card, this should not cause any issues.
What happens if I go over my plan’s limit?
First things first: We do NOT turn off your service if you exceed your plan’s limit. This applies to all of our plans. If you regularly exceed the limits we will reach out to you and discuss ways to remedy the situation, either by upgrading to a higher tier or temporarily disabling your service.
How can I cancel my subscription?
You can cancel your Stellate subscription at any time and downgrade your organization to the Free plan. Depending on your setup, you might need to remove users and/or delete services to stay within the limits of your new plan.