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Community
For individual developers and open-source communities.
Free
Personal account with unlimited public collections and up to 3 private collections
Organization account with public collections only
Community support
Shared Component CI
POPULAR CHOICE
Team
For teams building with components. Build faster together.
$12 user/month
Everything in Community
Organization account with unlimited private collections
GitHub Integration: Auto-PRs for component updates
Premium support with 3 day response time
Priority component CI
Business
For organizations that build with components at scale.
$25 user/month
Everything in Team
Premium 24/5 support with 8 hours response time
99.95% Uptime SLA
Dedicated component CI
Enterprise
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Get in touch with our dedicated customer success team
Get personal consulting from our experts on your component workflow
Taylor the right solution, tools and terms for your company
Frequently asked questions for Bit.dev
Are all plans flexible?
Yes. All plans are pay-as-you-go so you can add and remove members (Bit.dev users added as members to your organization) from your organization at any moment. This model helps you fit your Bit plan to your team’s needs, and make sure you can scale your work exactly according to your needs. You can learn more here.
Does Bit.dev provide engineering-level support?
Yes. All team and business accounts receive support from our highly-experienced engineering and tech product team. Response-time guarantee might be different between plans, so it’s advised to choose the right plan for your needs. All free community accounts are given the best support possible without a response-time guarantee, by the Bit.dev team itself and by the Bit.dev community.
What about availability and security?
Bit.dev is hosted in a multi-zone architecture. This is to make sure that if there's an outage in a region, all services and data will still be available for all accounts. We monitor our servers 24/7. All data written to Bit.dev is duplicated and replicated across multiple servers to ensure site reliability in case of data outage. We apply strict methods, including logging practices and limited software access, to design stable and secure software. Learn more at our security & data policy page.
In the future, can I move my data from Bit.dev?
Yes. Much like Git, Bit is distributed and components can be hosted on any server. This means there is no vendor-locking in using Bit.dev, and you can decide to replace it at any time. However, if you move away from bit.dev, all features provided by Bit.dev will no longer be available.
Can I get a plan tailored for my organization’s specific needs?
If your organization has specific needs that require customization to your plan, feel free to reach out and describe your needs. We will do our best to accommodate your requirements and find the best solution for your organization.
Do I need to upgrade my organization’s plan to host private components?
Yes. Both team and business plans unlock the hosting of private components for your Bit.dev organization. There is no difference in the amount of components or collections that can be hosted between the plans. However, there are other differences such as support response-time assurance, Uptime SLA and resources dedicated to running your components through CI.
How is component CI different between plans?
Every component exported to Bit.dev runs through an isolated and dedicated CI process in the cloud, to help ensure the component is standalone useful. While we aim to give the best experience to the entire Bit.dev community, upgrading your organization to team plan will give your components priority in the CI pipeline, and upgrading your organization to business plan will ensure resources dedicated to running your components through CI.
Do I need an organization account to upgrade my plan?
Yes. Both team and business plans require an organization account to upgrade. If you already have an account, you can upgrade your plan by selecting your plan and organization via the top of this page, or by visiting your organization’s settings.
How is Billing calculated?
Your subscription is charged monthly, while each charge is billed for the following month (except for 1st billing). The monthly subscription fee is calculated based on the number of members in your organization, multiplied by the plan’s fixed price. Learn more here.
Can I update my plan at any time?
Yes. You can update your plan at any time, and the updated plan will take effect immediately. The updated charge will take effect on your next billing cycle. Learn more here.
What payment methods are available?
All charges are billed in U.S. dollars and can be done using one of the following credit cards: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, and Visa.
Have more questions?
Need more information? Feel free to check out Bit’s premium plans information or reach out and ask us anything. We are here to help and will be happy to answer all of your questions. Happy coding!