We’ve rebranded! Redis Cache Pro is now Object Cache Pro. Read more ›
Predictable, transparent pricing. No hidden fees.
|Audience||Hobbyists||Small Business||Med–Large Companies Cmpy.|
|Easy to debug|
|Dedicated support||Slack & Email|
|Response time||1-3 days||SLA*|
|License||GPLv3||Commercial Comm.||Commercial Comm.|
|Pricing||Free||$95/mo or $950/year||Starting at $395/mo|
All sales come with a 14 day, no questions asked, 100% money back guarantee.
Get full access to all of Pro license features for early-stage businesses that make less than $20k gross revenue for $45/mo.
We offer volume discounts and tailored plans for agencies, site management partners and small hosting providers.
Appliance licenses provide dramatic improvements in resource usage, network throughput and data transfer costs – starting at $59,500/yr.
Every organization running Object Cache Pro on its own servers must have a license. There’s no limit to the number of servers or environments used by that organization.
Looking to embed Object Cache Pro in your virtual server, appliance, or as part of your dedicated/managed hosting offering? See below.
This is a common requirement for "on-site installs" or "appliances" sold to large corporations.
The standard license is only appropriate for SaaS usage as it does not allow distribution. Object Cache Pro has an Appliance license option that does allow you to distribute them. The Appliance license starts at $59,500/yr and allows you to distribute the plugin as part of your application and allows each of your customers to run Object Cache Pro as part of your application only.
You must have an active subscription to run Object Cache Pro.
After a two week grace period, you’ll lose access to the packagist server and priority support.
You won’t get any more updates or bug fixes, and
composer install won’t work anymore.
Please note that pricing can change. Once you purchase a subscription, you get that price forever as long as you continue to pay on time. If your subscription expires for non-payment, you will lose that pricing and need to repurchase at current pricing.