Plans & Pricing

CPM is sold in the AWS Marketplace and AWS handles all billing details. Ourflexible plans grow with you, so you can upgrade, downgrade, or cancel at any time. Don’t see a plan that suits you? Contact us!

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PLANS:

per month
$62
50
per month
  • Annual discount
  • Backed-up instances
  • Instance EBS storage
  • RDS/Redshift/EBS
  • CPM Users
  • AWS Accounts
  • File-level recovery
  • CLI and API access
  • Application-Consistent
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Cross-Region Backup
  • Cross-Account DR
  • Identity Provider Integration/SAML 2.0/ADFS

STANDARD

PLAN
$199per month
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  • 20
  • Unlimited
  • 2 TiB
  • 3
  • 3
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ADVANCED

PLAN
$399per month
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  • 50
  • Unlimited
  • 8 TiB
  • 10
  • 10
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ENTERPRISE

PLAN
$999per month
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  • 200
  • Unlimited
  • 48 TiB
  • 20
  • 20
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ENTERPRISE

PLUS
$5
00
per instance*
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  • Custom
  • Unlimited
  • Custom
  • Custom
  • Custom
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STANDARD

$199per month
  • No discounted annual price
  • 20 backed-up instances
  • Unlimited instance storage
  • 2 TiB RSD/Redshift/EBS
  • 3 CPM Users
  • 3 AWS Accounts
  • File-level recovery
  • CLI and API access
  • Application-Consistent Backups
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Cross-Region Backup
  • Cross-Account DR
  • Identity Provider Integration/SAML 2.0/ADFS

ADVANCED

$399per month
  • Discounted annual price
  • 50 backed-up instances
  • Unlimited instance storage
  • 8 TiB RSD/Redshift/EBS
  • 10 CPM Users
  • 10 AWS Accounts
  • File-level recovery
  • CLI and API access
  • Application-Consistent Backups
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Cross-Region Backup
  • Cross-Account DR
  • Identity Provider Integration/SAML 2.0/ADFS

ENTERPRISE

$999per month
  • Discounted annual price
  • 200 backed-up instances
  • Unlimited instance storage
  • 48 TiB RSD/Redshift/EBS
  • 20 CPM Users
  • 20 AWS Accounts
  • File-level recovery
  • CLI and API access
  • Application-Consistent Backups
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Cross-Region Backup
  • Cross-Account DR
  • Identity Provider Integration/SAML 2.0/ADFS

ENTERPRISE +

$5
00
per instance*
  • Discounted annual price
  • Unlimited backed-up instances
  • Custom instance storage
  • Custom RSD/Redshift/EBS
  • Custom CPM Users
  • Custom AWS Accounts
  • File-level recovery
  • CLI and API access
  • Application-Consistent Backups
  • Amazon DynamoDB
  • Cross-Region Backup
  • Cross-Account DR
  • Identity Provider Integration/SAML 2.0/ADFS
Pricing
Free AWS Backup

Start with CPM Free Edition

Want to start with free AWS backup? CPM Free Edition provides backup & recovery for up to 5 EC2 instances. And, just like the full version, this works with ALL types of AWS services, including: Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon Aurora. (However, it is limited to 5 backed up instances without cross-account DR, application-consistent backups, or support for Amazon DynamoDB.)

Got questions?

Simply click on any of the free trial buttons throughout our website or any of the “GET STARTED” buttons above. These will redirect you to our free trial signup form. And, after you’ve submitted the form, we’ll email you with everything you need.

CPM is sold on AWS Marketplace. This has its advantages:

  • All the buying and managing of your CPM subscription is done on the AWS website.
  • You are not required to perform any registration or give any payment details in the N2WS site.

Click one of the “Get Started” buttons above to go directly to the AWS Marketplace for your chosen CPM edition. From there it’s a one-click process to subscribe to the service.

No. CPM uses monthly pricing, which is not currently supported by the AWS Marketplace free trial. However, all of our plans come with the option of a 30-day free trial. Click any of the free trial links on our site to get started.

No. CPM is sold as an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) on the AWS Marketplace. After purchasing you can launch an EC2 Instance running CPM. You pay a monthly fee for the use of the service (not including AWS usage costs). You can decide to stop the service at any time, and you will only be billed until the cancellation day.

You get billed by Amazon as part of your AWS bill, using the same means of payment, be it credit card, invoicing or other.

In terms of cost you need to take one thing into consideration: Besides the storage costs to store your snapshots at another region, you will also pay for the data transferred. And you will pay for the storage of the copied snapshot as well as the original one.

When you plan your DR solution with CPM, CPM gives you the flexibility to copy snapshots at a lower frequency than the local backup. You need to balance business needs against costs and decide what is best for your organization.

Like any backup solution, you have the software/management component and the storage component. Luckily, EBS snapshots are incremental, so you only pay for the data changes in each snapshot (after the first one which is a full snapshot). It’s not easy to know exactly what the sizes of EBS snapshots are. What we can do is estimate the cost of storing the snapshots and add the cost of the CPM service and the cost running the CPM Server Instance.

Here’s an example:

  • Assuming 5TiB of EBS volumes on 10 EC2 instances.
  • You have a 3% daily change in your data (this is a reasonable rate, but by no means accurate for everyone).
  • You want to keep the ability to recover up to 30 days back.
  • So in order to take snapshots of 5TB of data, you first need to take full snapshots, which means 5TiB of snapshot data.
  • Then for 30 days, you have 3*30=90% of 5TiB which is about 4.5TiB more.
  • Altogether 9.5TiB
    Lets assume a 20% decrease in snapshot storage due to built-in compression – we’re left with 7.6TiB .
  • So in prices (US East – July 2013) of snapshot data: $0.095 per GB per month, with 7.6TB (7783 GB) of snapshots, you reach a monthly cost of $740.
  • Add to that the cost of using CPM: for 10 instances you’ll need CPM Standard Edition for the monthly price of $199 + the price of running a micro instance for a month, around $15 (July 2013 US-East price=$0.020 per hour). Data transfer costs of the CPM server are negligible.
  • You thus reach the total estimated monthly cost of $954 (740+199+15) for a complete operational backup and recovery solution of all your data.

You can cancel your CPM subscription at any time. If you cancel mid-month, you will be automatically refunded for the rest of the current month.You can view your subscriptions and cancel at the AWS Marketplace “Your Software” page.

For more product-specific FAQs as well as full documentation, head over to our Support page.

If, you’ve still got questions related to specific concerns about your use-case, please get in touch with our team.

This free edition has limited functionality when compared to the full edition:

  • Up-to 5 instances backed up.
  • No cross-account or application consistent backup.
  • No support for Amazon DynamoDB

If you’re looking for enterprise-level capabilities, then start with our free30-day trial of the full-featured editionof CPM.

How Service Providers are using CPM:

“It has been really really easy for us to implement the software using Amazon Web Services Marketplace...”
Imran Sadiq
Technical Director, LANcom