Check out Voracity's simple, affordable subscription (opex) model.
Unlimited user pricing for the base platform which includes support ranges from USD $25K to $100K per year based only on the number of server executables in use, on-premise or in the cloud. Costs abroad, particularly through VAR partners adding local services, may vary.
Perpetual use licenses are also available, as are freemium and premium options. See below for more details and request a quote here.
what you get
unlimited IRI Workbench client users
standard data support
fixed price for 5 years
Authorized Voracity resellers and service providers qualify for participation-based discounts. Discounts are also available for multi-year licenses, US 501c3 registered not-for-profit entities, and application developers integrating Voracity components.
what else should i know?
Voracity includes probably more than you'll need in the base edition. Add-on components do cost more, as do sales and services provided by IRI resellers and authorized Voracity experts.
Voracity's front-end, the IRI Workbench GUI, is completely free. Use it, work with it, and distribute it. Pass it through your organization to foster data discovery, collaborative solution design, and metadata exchange. A pending freemium version of Voracity will accomplish many tasks in smaller data environments.
The back-end package (CLI executable) is licensed for five years. The license applies to the total number - not the configuration - of systems you license each term.
Voracity's GUI, IRI Workbench, runs on Windows, Linux or MacOS. It requires 64-bit JRE 1.8.
Voracity's default back-end executable (CoSort's SortCL program) runs with or without the GUI on all Windows, Linux, and Unix systems listed below. Mainframe and cloud data can still be processed with the GUI (client) connection to your host (server). A cloud version for Amazon and Azure services is in development. The Hadoop version requires CentOS, Red Hat, or SUSE Linux.
HP 9000 (PA-RISC and ia2 systems) running HP-UX 9-11iv3
IBM RS/6000, pSeries, SP2, and ES9000 running AIX 5-7 and AIX/ESA
Bull DPX/2 and Escala running AIX
Compaq (Digital) AlphaServers running Tru64 Unix 4-5
DECsystems running RISC/Ultrix and Digital/OSF
SunFire, Sun UE and SPARCware running Solaris 5-11
Fujitsu, Solbourne and CS6400) running SunOS 2-4, Solaris 5-11
Apple (Mac) PowerPC running OS X 10.3 & macOS 10.12 (Sierra) and x86 running 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
Pyramid Reliant, NileMISserver and 9000[T] running DC/OSx
Silicon Graphics running IRIX
Sequent NUMA-Q and Symmetry running ptx and DYNIX
Data General AViiON running DG/UX
Siemens-Nixdorf RM running SINIX
SCO Unix and UnixWare
Solaris on Intel (x86)
FreeBSD for Intel
Voracity on Linux runs on 32- and 64-bit Intel x86 and Itanium hardware, and is certified Red Hat Ready (for RHEL) and Novell YES! for SLES. Container versions are also available.
Voracity's CoSort for Linux back-end also runs on other chipsets as well. IBM Chiphopper-certified, Linux platforms include IBM eServer x, i, p and zSeries (mainframe). Additional ports include SLES (SuSE) 8-11 on the IBM POWER5-7 chips, and Linux variants like AsianUX, CentOS, Debian, Fedora Core, Gentoo, Mandrake, Oracle Linux, and Ubuntu.
Voracity can also run on Windows XP, 7-10, Server 2000-16
Voracity runs on virtual machines over VMware, IBM KVM (PureSystems), and similar environments supporting the operating systems above.