All users that can log in to your Stoplight workspace except guest users count toward the per-user pricing. Guest users are part of the Professional and Enterprise plans only. Anonymous users accessing your documentation are not counted toward the per-user pricing and are part of all plans.
A Stoplight project represents a Git repository. Projects can contain multiple API descriptions, schemas, documentation, and even your source code.
Stoplight currently integrates with GitHub, GitLab, Azure DevOps, Bitbucket, and Gitea. Please check out our roadmap for upcoming integrations.
Yes! For annual billing, please contact us at [email protected]. The default billing cycle for Stoplight is monthly.
Yes! We offer a free Starter plan for Open Source projects or organizations involved in COVID-19 relief efforts, while Nonprofits can get our Starter plan at 50% off. Please contact us at [email protected] to get started.
We’ll make a one-time, prorated charge to your credit card to cover new user accounts for the remainder of the current billing period. At the end of each monthly billing cycle, you will be billed for the upcoming month’s subscription-based on the exact number of Stoplight users.
Our hosted platform is monitored around the clock by a dedicated team of engineers. Our servers run on Google Kubernetes Engine and are configured in accordance with their recommended best practices, and all of the data we store is encrypted. Both the hosted platform and our on-premise artifacts receive security patches at least once a month (but often more). According to strict need-based policy, access to critical infrastructure and data is restricted to a handful of engineers. Our on-premise artifacts are designed to never transfer or store sensitive data in cleartext, support running as non-root or with random UID, and are compatible with Linux security systems like SELinux or AppArmor. We offer artifacts in several distributions and have experience working with enterprise security teams to meet their unique requirements.