Return of 1,2, and 5 Concurrency Pricing!
We are pleased to announce that concurrency pricing is returning to the Travis CI website for 1, 2, and 5 concurrency plans. In December 2021, we announced that we no longer offer 1, 2, and 5 concurrency plans on our website to new customers and switching exclusively to usage-based pricing. While some customers may welcome the flexibility of usage-based pricing, through feedback received, we understand that many more prefer the simplicity that concurrency pricing offers. For this reason, we are bringing back 1, 2, and 5 concurrency plans for new customers starting today.
How does concurrency pricing work?
Concurrency plans offer unlimited builds and unlimited users. The 1, 2, and 5 refer to how many builds you can run at one time. Concurrency plans provide customers the ability to run a set number of jobs at one time. A build is made up of multiple jobs. When the concurrency limit is reached, the remaining builds/jobs must wait in a queue until capacity becomes available.
Linux, Windows, and FreeBSD builds are included in these plans. macOS builds on concurrency plans require the use of credits, which may be purchased as an add-on.
See below for the pricing structure currently offered for our 1, 2, and 5 concurrency-based plans.
|1 Concurrent Build Plan||$69||$759|
|2 Concurrent Builds Plan||$129||$1,419|
|5 Concurrent Builds Plan||$249||$2,739|
How will this affect my current subscription?
This change will not affect the subscriptions for existing customers. Whether you are on usage or concurrency pricing, you may continue on your current plan. However, if you wish to switch to a 1, 2, or 5 concurrency plan, you may do so by selecting the relevant new plan on our website. For customers with teams that require concurrency higher than 5, please reach out to email@example.com or fill out our Travis CI Enterprise form on our website.
We are excited to continue improving while we remain committed to providing the simplest and most trusted CI/CD solution in the market. As always, if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
Happy building! Travis CI Team