Pricing

Your Self-Hosted Headless CMS. Enterprise-ready.

Community

$0

Free forever

Billed annually

Bronze

$49

$29

per month per project

Billed annually

Silver

$299

per month per project

Billed annually

Gold

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Billed annually

CORE STRAPI FEATURES

Role Based Access Control
The Community Role-based Access Control feature includes 3 default roles: Super-Admin, Editor & Creator.

3 default roles

3*

30 custom roles

30

Unlimited custom roles

Infinity Blue

Unlimited custom roles

Infinity Gold
End Users

Unlimited

Infinity Purple

Unlimited

Infinity Green

Unlimited

Infinity Blue

Unlimited

Infinity Gold
Content Types

Unlimited

Infinity Purple

Unlimited

Infinity Green

Unlimited

Infinity Blue

Unlimited

Infinity Gold
API calls, entries & fields

Unlimited

Infinity Purple

Unlimited

Infinity Green

Unlimited

Infinity Blue

Unlimited

Infinity Gold
Records

Unlimited

Infinity Purple

Unlimited

Infinity Green

Unlimited

Infinity Blue

Unlimited

Infinity Gold
Self-hosted
Strapi is open-source and self-hosted, allowing to keep 100% control on your data. Install your project on the server of your choice.
File Storage & Media Library
Webhooks
Create tailor-made callbacks to any third-party services.
Components & Dynamic Zones
REST and GraphQL API
JWT authentication
Plugin providers

STRAPI SUPPORT & TRAINING

Support channels
All plans have full access to Slack and the Forum. The Bronze, Silver and Gold plans have access to the Helpdesk, with priority access for Silver and SLAs for Gold customers.

Community Slack and Forum

Community + Helpdesk

Community + Priority Helpdesk

Community + Priority Helpdesk + SLAs

Product Training
The Community and Bronze plans have access to the Strapi Academy in self-service. Silver and Gold customers have also access to specialist-led training.

Academy

Academy

Academy + Specialists

Academy + Specialists

Onboarding & implementation guidance

Resource Center

Resource Center

Resource center + specialists

Resource center + specialists

Solutions Engineer
The Silver users will benefit to up to 7h/year and the Gold users will benefit to up to 30h/year. For more hours, contact us.

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Up to 7h/year

7h*

Up to 30h/year

30

Customer Success Manager
Customer Success: dedicated point of contact, onboarding & consulting sessions

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Strapi?

Strapi is an open-source, Node.js based, Headless CMS that saves developers a lot of development time while giving them the freedom to use their favorite tools and frameworks. Strapi also enables content editors to streamline content delivery (text, images, video, etc) across any devices.

Is Strapi Open Source ?

Strapi is published under a standard MIT license. We're developing Strapi in the open, maintaining a public product roadmap, and using a Request for Changes repository to create consensus among the core team and community.

Who is behind Strapi?

Strapi is actively sponsored and maintained by Strapi, Inc the company behind the Strapi open-source project. Visit the company page to learn more about the company and the team.

How is Strapi different from traditional CMS such as Wordpress?

Traditional CMS such as Wordpress or Drupal are monolithic systems that include the backend UI, plugins, front-end templates, CSS, a web server and database. They tend to be slower, heavier and require a lot of custom development to become responsive to various display devices. In recent years, traditional CMSs have evolved to overcome these challenges and are often calling themselves Headless although most of them are in fact Decoupled.

What are the most popular Strapi use cases?

Traditional use cases include static websites, mobile apps, e-commerce, editorial and corporate websites. However, you can use Strapi to build any type of content-oriented applications including delivery to portable IoT devices or internal tools.

Who are the companies using Strapi in production?

Thousands of companies such as Delivery Hero, Societe Generale and IBM are using Strapi in production today. Check out our showcase or the user stories to see more examples.

How long does it take to learn Strapi ?

It usually takes developers less than 5 minutes to get up and running with Strapi. It will then take a few hours to get familiar with the source code, admin panel, and more advanced concepts to customize or integrate Strapi with other tools. You're not alone though, Strapi has an engaged and welcoming community that writes tutorials and helps each other out.

Are Strapi Enterprise Edition plans only available as subscriptions or is it possible to buy a lifetime license?

Although we don't usually sell lifetime licenses, we can be flexible and offer lifetime licenses to companies who are willing to make one large upfront payment.

How is the enterprise version distributed?

Every Strapi project includes the Enterprise Edition, the license enables that part of the codebase. It means the EE is distributed like any other packages through the public npm registry.

Is Strapi only for developers or non-technical people as well ?

Usually, developers are the ones downloading, setting up Strapi, creating the content architecture and connecting Once that's done, authors and content editors get onboarded to the platform to write and distribute content.

What's the definition of a project?

A project is a Strapi instance sharing the same Content Types structure and hosted on localhost or under the same domain. If a Strapi project is deployed in several environments or scaled on several instances on localhost or under the same domain, it is considered as only one project.

How many environments or instances are provided for a project?

You can create as many environments as needed for your Strapi projects. You can also create several instances of Strapi (with the same content modeling) for horizontal scaling.

How do I deploy my Strapi project ?

Strapi is self-hosted. It's up to you to decide where to deploy and host your Strapi project. We have a list of deployment guides for Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, DigitalOcean, Google App Engine and Heroku. You can also use our 1-click deploy buttons and Docker installation.