gwynne Posted May 24, 2016 Share Posted May 24, 2016 Didn't know where to post Please can we have a clear statement on potential costing around configuration manager, the app store states you early adopters can get up to 1000 CI free 'Application Details Hornbills Configuration Manager App has been published as a Beta App as we are looking to solicit feedback on what features and functionality you, our customers feel are required to take this to the next stage in its evolution. Once the Hornbill Configuration Manager App is made available for subscription, the pricing plan for the App will be based on the number of CI's 'In Policy' with the first 250 free and any additional CI's charged at 15p per CI per month.* This is subject to potential changes. As a contributor under the beta program, at the point we take the Hornbill Configuration Manager App out of Beta and introduce a subscriptions, you will be issued with a Hornbill Configuration Manager Beta Program Voucher. This voucher offers you a recurring monthly credit to the value of a further 750 In Policy CI's meaning that you get to manage 1000 CI's for free going forward before you have to add in any additional CI's at a cost. Thats just our way to thank you for the feedback and guidance you will provide in shaping the future of this amazing new Hornbill App. However the wiki states there is no CI limit its just free for early adopters Configuration Manager has been published as a Beta App as we are looking to solicit feedback on what features and functionality is required to take this to the next stage in its evolution. As such and under the Hornbill Priced for Life Guarantee this means that currently access to this App is free from subscriptions. This will remain the case for all early adopters at such time we do introduce subscriptions, that's just our way to thank you for the feedback and guidance you will provide in shaping the future of this new amazing Hornbill App Final part is there a easy method to check how many CI's you are currently using like for example the licence count you do? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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