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$30 per node/month

How do you define a Node?

A node may be a virtual or physical machine, depending on the cluster.
Node pricing is limited to 8 CPUs per node. Additional CPUs will be billed at $1 per CPU per month.

Custom pricing


Number of users




Number of Nodes




Number of Clusters




Maximum Stored Events






Kommunity Support

24/5 Live Support

24/7 Live Support

Early access and preview


Onboarding package


Enterprise SLA



Dedicated customer success manager



Daily Kubernetes Operations

Deployments timeline

Chronological view of all events, across your entire stack.

Node events, status and logs

Clear view of all node information - associations, capacity limitations and more.

Pod events, status and logs

Direct access to pod details and logs.

Code lifecycle events

'Before and after' view of all codes changes.

Guided Kubernetes Troubleshooting

Continuous health monitoring

Spot emerging problems before they spread out.

Automated investigation

Streamline root cause analysis and eliminate uncertainty.

Assisted remediation

Resolve Kubrernetes issues just a few clicks.

Access Control & Security




Role-based access permissions (RBAC)

OOTB Roles only

OOTB Roles only




Data retention (days)

Up to 4 hrs

14 Days

30 Days



Kubernetes-native integration

Komodor agent collects select information from your cluster (secrets and events are opt out by default).

Version control tools

Gitlab, Github, LaunchDarkly etc.

Incident management tools

Pagerduty, OpsGenie, Slack, Teams etc.

Monitoring and observability tools

DataDog, Sentry, Grafana, New Relic, etc.

Custom links

Dynamic shortcuts to custom URLs (docs, tools, etc.)

Komodor API

Config changes sent directly to Komodor via an API.



We calculate the pricing based on the average number of nodes in your clusters per annum. If you still have questions, please leave us a message and we will do our best to assist.

Yep, Komodor is fully SOC2 compliant.

Komodor only listens to changes – this means we only collect the metadata in order to track any changes that occur. We do not look at the underlying data and block out secrets automatically. You can also further customize your configuration to reduct any additional data or utilize Kubernetes RBAC to limit access to resources.

After a lot of research, we found this to be the best solution for the majority of our users. However, if this pricing model doesn’t fit your needs, please leave us a message and we will do our best to assist.

“Hands down, this is the best troubleshooting tool we have. We have teams using it so much now, that it’s starting to become part of their daily processes.”

Landon Orr, Staff Site Reliability Engineer