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By choosing a yearly plan, you save 10%.

CodeScene plans are based on the number of active authors who have contributed code in the last three months.

Standard

For small teams where code health and knowledge insights are enough.

€18

Per active author / month

An active author is anyone who has committed code over the past three months to the codebases you want to analyse. Each author is counted only once.
Host options:
On-premise & Cloud

Standard plan includes:

Code Health insights

Knowledge Distribution Insights

Quality gates on pull requests

  • Manage technical debt with Hotspots
  • Code Health score and historic trend
  • Active Risk alerts
  • Virtual code review
  • Custom Code Health rules
  • Pull Request integration
  • Visualize Knowledge Distribution
  • Knowledge Distribution status and trends
  • Active knowledge alerts
  • Private repositories
  • PDF reports
  • Support

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Pro

For companies that want the full feature set and a 360º view of their software development.

€27

Per active author / month

An active author is anyone who has committed code over the past three months to the codebases you want to analyse. Each author is counted only once.
Host options:
On-premise & Cloud

Everything in Standard, plus:

Team insights

Delivery insights

REST API, PM tool integration (Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, Github Issues) and more

  • Manage technical debt with Hotspots
  • Code Health score and historic trend
  • Active Risk alerts
  • Virtual code review
  • Custom Code Health rules
  • Virtual Code Review
  • Pull Request integration
  • Visualize Knowledge Distribution
  • Knowledge Distribution status and trends
  • Active knowledge alerts
  • Off-boarding Simulator
  • Team-Code Alignment Explorer
  • Team-Code Active Risk alerts
  • Team-Code status and trend
  • Delivery status and trend
  • Release statistics
  • Planned/unplanned work analysis
  • Private repositories
  • PDF reports
  • REST API
  • PM tools integrations (Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, Github Issues)
  • Support

Enterprise

For companies that want the full feature set and need priority support and training.

Custom Price
Host options:
On-premise & Cloud

Everything in Pro, plus:

Custom payment package

Personal success manager

  • Manage technical debt with Hotspots
  • Code Health score and historic trend
  • Active Risk alerts
  • Virtual code review
  • Custom Code Health rules
  • Pull Request integration
  • Visualize Knowledge Distribution
  • Knowledge Distribution status and trends
  • Active knowledge alerts
  • Off-boarding Simulator
  • Team-Code Alignment Explorer
  • Team-Code Active Risk alerts
  • Team-Code status and trend
  • Delivery status and trend
  • Release statistics
  • Planned/unplanned work analysis
  • Private repositories
  • PDF reports
  • REST API
  • PM tools integrations (Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, Github Issues)
  • Support
  • Training
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€18/active author

An active author is anyone who has committed code over the past three months to the codebases you want to analyse. Each author is counted only once.
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€27/active author

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Code Health insights

Manage technical tebt with Hotspots

Identify and prioritize technical debt and code quality issues. Prioritize based on how the development organization works with the code for maximum impact.
Code Health score and historic trend
Code health is an aggregated metric based on 25+ factors scanned from the source code. Healthy code correlates with higher developer productivity and a lower risk for bugs. Understanding the code quality of a codebase and seeing progress through historic trends has never been this easy.
Active Risk alerts
Code Health related alerts such as files degrading in code health and predictions about future degradations are highlighted to help you mitigate risk.
Improvement highlights
See a list of recent improvements and who performed them.
Virtual code review
Gives a detailed breakdown of the Code Health issues and recommendations on how to fix them. The virtual code reviewer combines the social and technical analysis data you need to assess a specific hotspot.
Custom Code Health rules
An optional feature that lets you adapt CodeScene's rules to your internal coding standards.
Pull Request integration
Performs a fully automated review of all PRs to support the development team. Includes quality gates for code health issues, the goals you specify, as well as a full review of new code.

Knowledge Distribution insights

Visualize knowledge distribution
Get full organizational insights that go well beyond anything you can see in the source code.
Detect key personnel risks, measure the knowledge distribution in the codebase, and detect architectural bottlenecks where multiple developers have to coordinate their work.
Knowledge distribution status and trends
Current Knowledge Distribution status (Healthy, Attention or Risky state) and historic trend graphs showing data for last week, month or year help you see the current state and any progress you've made.
Active knowledge alerts
Knowledge related alerts such as knowledge islands in complex hotspots and missing configurations are highlighted to help you mitigate risk.
Off-boarding simulator
Mitigate offboarding risks by simulating the impact of a developer leaving a project. This simulator highlights offboarding risks and guides on-boarding efforts.

Team-Code Alignment insights

Team-Code alignment explorer
Explore how well aligned the development teams are with the software architecture. An efficient team structure minimizes dependencies between teams while maintaining high team cohesion.
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Status and trend
See your current Team-Code Alignment status and track progress with historic trends. The Team-Code Alignment score is based on measures of Team Coupling and Team Cohesion. The stronger the team cohesion and the more loosely coupled teams, the less coordination overhead and fewer merge conflicts.
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Active Risk alerts
Get risk alerts and suggestions on how to improve your Team-Code Alignment.
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Delivery Performance Insights

Delivery status and trend
The Delivery Performance module puts CodeScene's technical and organizational metrics into a business context. Combines delivery data -- extracted from your Project Management tool -- with the evolutionary data from Git. Visualize cycle times for features, lead time for bug fixes, and batch sizes.
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Delivery statistics
See release frequency, batch size, branch duration, release overdue statistics, average development and deployment time. You can even see delivery statistics per team.
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Planned/unplanned work analysis
See how much time is spent on planned vs unplanned work. Everything related to features or planned re-work is categorized as Planned, where bugs and service interruptions are Unplanned Work.
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General features

Private repositories
Ability to analyze private repositories as well as public.
PDF reports
Export the analysis results via a set of take-away PDF reports: Trends and Alerts, Technical Health Overview, Key Personnel and Knowledge Distribution.
Or get full situational awareness of multiple codebases via the Management Overview report.
REST API
The REST API allows you to programmatically create and configure projects, create custom reports or display your CodeScene results in any toolset.
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PM tools integrations (Jira, Trello, Azure DevOps, and GitHub Issues)
CodeScene's cost analyses let you reason about the technical and organizational findings from a financial perspective. For example, how much time do you spend on defects in your top hotspots? What amount of work is unplanned? And what happens over time?
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Support
All paid plans come with our 5-star email support with answer within a business day.

Community edition

We support the Open Source community by offering a free full version to be used on open source and public repositories.

For Open source projects

  • Open source projects
  • Public repositories
  • Unlimited developers
  • Analysis results are public
  • Extended features set
  • Free of charge
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Free Community Edition

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Martin Bundgaard

Chapter Lead at DFDS HQ in Copenhagen

CUSTOMER STORY
“It is very hard to change code already running in production compared to changing it before it is merged into master. CodeScene informs our developers about undesired parts of the new code – and the recommendations are mostly met.”
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Martin Bundgaard

Chapter Lead at DFDS HQ in Copenhagen

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Lauren Swanson

Lauren Swanson

Lead Software Engineer at Carterra

CUSTOMER STORY
“I would recommend CodeScene, especially to someone who is coming into a really large application and has poor code health. It feels really daunting to try to fix everything at once. CodeScene helps you prioritise what files to work on."
Lauren Swanson

Lauren Swanson

Lead Software Engineer at Carterra

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to pay to use CodeScene?

CodeScene is free for open-source projects. We also have a set of paid plans so that you can tailor CodeScene to your needs or analyze private repositories. This allows larger organizations to benefit from advanced analyses like CodeScene's cost metrics and delivery performance measures. We have a free trial so you can evaluate CodeScene before starting a plan.

How is the total cost calculated?

CodeScene’s license is based on the number of active authors. An active author is anyone who has committed code over the past three months to the codebases you want to analyse. This time period is a sliding window that always starts at the date of the most recent commit in your repositories. Each author is only counted once. That is, if you analyse multiple codebases, the same persons only count once no matter how many projects they contribute to. Historic authors are free. People who haven’t committed code within the last three months are included for free and don’t add to the license fee.

What is included in the Free Trial?

During the Free Trial period, you get access to all the features in the plan of your choice. When you start your trial you choose if you want to try the Standard or the Pro plan.

What payment methods are accepted?

We accept all major credit cards and invoicing.

Is there a limited number of active authors per plan?

There’s no limit on the number of active authors. The total cost of using CodeScene is based on how many active authors you have. The number of users that can login and use any of the CodeScene features, such as the automatic pull request reviews, are unlimited.

Is it possible to cancel or change my plan anytime?

Cancellations can be done according to our terms which is 30 days before the end of the yearly subscription period. Monthly subscriptions can be cancelled at any time and will take effect the day after the last day of the current subscription period.

Is there a special deal for students?

Yes, we have a completely free version for students which you can access by first getting a GitHub Student Developer Pack. Also see https://codescene.com/github-students

What is the main difference between On-Prem and Cloud?

In all major aspects they are the same product but it makes it possible for you to integrate and use CodeScene on matter if your current tooling and handling of your source code is cloud based or running on private servers.

How do I buy CodeScene? How do I upgrade in the future?

It’s easy. You purchase CodeScene at our website, see pricing. Choose between our On-Prem or cloud solution, add the amount of active authors you have, press purchase and follow payment instructions. Three clicks later you are done. Do you want to scale up with more active authors? For On-Prem just go to your personal site in our customer portal and upgrade the subscription. If you are running our Cloud version, just login to your CodeScene cloud, find your price plan, change to new monthly subscription that fits your needs the best. Scale up or down. Your choice.

What can CodeScene do for me?

CodeScene is a quality visualization tool for software. Prioritize technical debt, detect delivery risks, and measure organizational aspects. It's fully automated.

CodeScene's paid plans also integrates with Pull Requests to provide real-time feedback on hotspots that decline in code health. Use this feature as a soft quality gate and as code review input.

CodeScene takes a behavioral view of of your codebase by adding insights into the people side of your code. This means you can detect coordination bottlenecks, simulate upcoming knowledge loss used for off-boarding, and measure how well your organization aligns with Conway's Law. All in one tool.

Do you support private repositories?

Yes, we do. Check out our plans for details on private repositories.

Can I analyze repositories owned by an organization?

Yes, all plans let you analyze repositories owned by organizations that you are a member of. However, with the Community Edition plan you can only analyze public organizational repositories.

Can I analyze codebases that are split across multiple Git repositories?

Yes, CodeScene supports multi-repository analyses.

I've heard about CodeScene's X-Ray analysis, how does it work?

CodeScene's X-Ray is an analysis that investigates the evolution of each function or method within a Hotspot. X-Ray is a great tool to prioritize technical debt and lets you refactor large files iteratively guided by data as described here and here.


CodeScene supports X-Ray for Hotspots. Just click on a Hotspot in your Hotspot Map and launch an X-Ray.

How does CodeScene help me measure organizational aspects like Conway's Law?

CodeScene lets you build knowledge maps over your code and measure the potential knowledge loss in your codebase (aka the Bus factor). You can also analyze the development efforts across teams. That team-level measurement lets you inspect how well-aligned your organization and architecture are with respect to Conway's Law. All you have to do is to visit your project's configuration page and define the teams in your organization.

Do I have to pay to use CodeScene?

CodeScene is free for open-source projects. We also have a set of paid plans so that you can tailor CodeScene to your needs or analyze private repositories. This allows larger organizations
to benefit from advanced analyses like CodeScene's cost metrics and delivery performance measures. We have a free trial so you can evaluate CodeScene before starting a plan.

Why do you request write access to GitHub repositories?

Because of how the Git providers API works, we are forced to request read and write access for CodeScene in order to read your code (see repo and public_repo scopes). CodeScene will of course never write any data to the Git repository itself.

How can I share my account with my colleagues?

We have two ways to share projects with other CodeScene users.

Organizational Accounts

Organizational accounts are the primary way to share multiple projects with other members of your GitHub organization or Bitbucket workspace. When you create a new organizational account you can add/remove organization members in Configuration.

Project Collaborators

Organization members have access to all projects inside your organization. You can also give a collaborator access to a single project in the "Access Management" section in project configuration using the corresponding email addresses of those accounts. To find the email address, check the "My Account" page of the collaborator.

As a collaborator, you get read access to a project and its analysis results, as well as the ability to run new analyses, and to X-Ray files.

See the docs:

https://codescene.io/docs/organizations/index.html 

We have sensitive data. What is your privacy policy?

With the On-Prem version, all data stays on your servers. For environments with high security requirements, there is even an offline mode that allows On-prem to run without an external network connection. The Cloud security model is based on your Git provider's model. Only users with access to the code on GitHub, Bitbucket or Gitlab can have access to the analysis results on CodeScene. In CodeScene cloud we never share data in private repositories. CodeScene cloud does fetch your repository to do an analysis but deletes the local copy immediately afterwards. The analysis results are only available to you and the people you chose to invite. You can also delete an analysis project at any time and we make sure all your data is removed. Read our full privacy policy:

https://codescene.com/docs/CodeScene_Privacy_Policy.pdf

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