Gremlin is sold as a subscription with a minimum term of 12 months.
Can I upgrade between Gremlin editions?
Upgrades can happen at any time. Your Account Executive can help you determine the right upgrade package.
What is the right amount of Attacked Targets and teams for my company?
We'll work with you to scope out the right footprint of Attacked Targets and Teams according to your reliability goals. The number is typically based on the number of developer teams and how frequently you deploy your applications.
Is there a maximum number of users for a Team?
No, there is no limit to the number of users on a Team. We recommend you align your Teams in Gremlin to your organizational structure.
Is there a limit on the number of Attacks per Target?
No, you can attack a Target as many times and with as many different attack types as you like. The first attack on a Target is recorded, and that counts toward your number of Attacked Targets for the time period (monthly for Free and weekly for Professional and Enterprise).
What happens when I hit my limit on Attacked Targets?
Once you hit your limit, you'll either need to add more Attacked Targets or to wait until the next time period. The Free package measures the number of Attacked Targets on a monthly basis. The Professional and Enterprise packages reset weekly, offering more flexibility for automated testing. The model is designed to align with the maturity/frequency of your deployment cycles.
Can I add more Teams or Attacked Targets to my account?
If you are in Professional or Enterprise, you can add Teams with additional Attacked Targets through the web application. Alternatively, in all account types, your Account Executive can help you add entitlements by upgrading your package or purchasing add-on packages at any time.
Can I perform large scale tests?
Enterprise customers can perform two large scale experiments per year. Large scale experiments include 2 days of unlimited Attacked Targets. These are great for performing region evacuation preparation testing.
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