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Netlify’s New Business Plan Helps Enterprises Adopt Modern Jamstack Development Tools


Netlify, originator of the modern Jamstack web architecture, has announced new platform features and a self-service Business plan that enable enterprises to adopt modern Jamstack development tools and workflows while staying in compliance.

The new Business plan includes advanced security and collaboration features and introduces support for enterprise self-hosted instances of GitHub and GitLab. It is designed for development teams that need to maintain best practice enterprise security requirements, the company said.

Netlify introduced a new Enterprise plan that includes everything in the Business plan, plus a custom package of Netlify’s High-Performance Edge, High-Performance Builds and Premium Support. This plan also includes upfront security and architecture reviews, ongoing load and penetration testing, and access to a dedicated account manager.

Netlify now supports integrations of two deployment options for users of GitHub and GitLab: SaaS and self-hosted/self-managed. Enterprise-ready integrations for top git platforms are enabled and managed through the Netlify UI and support all of Netlify’s features and workflows.

DevOps teams can enable features for security best practices including single sign-on (SSO), role-based access control, unlimited audit logging, and identity services for enterprise web properties and applications.

Business users get Netlify’s enterprise features at $99 per user per month. Developers and small teams can start small with Netlify on the free Starter plan or new Pro plan at $19 per seat per month.

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