Flexible Pricing That Scales with Your Team

Manage your own plan to fit your scale. Your first 5 instances and 10 users are included in our base plan.
Trial
$0 / 14 days free trial
Tracepoints
Logpoints for on demand logging
Conditional events
Native APM integration
Debug from anywhere (Sidekick Web IDE, IntelliJ IDEA and VS Code)
End-to-end encryption
SSO, RBAC support
Standard
$29/month
Tracepoints
Logpoints for on demand logging
Conditional events
Native APM integration
Debug from anywhere (Sidekick Web IDE, IntelliJ IDEA and VS Code)
End-to-end encryption
SSO, RBAC support
Professional
$299/month
Priority Support
Custom uptime  SLAs
Enhanced custom support
Audit logs, blocklisting, PII Redaction options for enterprise setups
SSO, RBAC support

Customizable plan for every organization, and use case

Number of developers($2): 10

Number of instances($5): 5

Total: $29

Free
1 seat
up to 5 agents
conditional tracepoints and TTL
IDE integrations
Web IDE
Community Support
Standard
$9/seat
up to 20 seats
up to 20 agents
conditional tracepoints and TTL
IDE integrations
Web IDE
PII redaction
no config tracing integration
Slack/email support
Enterprise
Call us
Unlimited seats and agents
On-prem deployment option
Custom SLA and contract
Dedicated customer success
SSO
Pro
$199/year
For Small Businesses
3  Social profiles
12 Team members
5 Competitors per profile
Hashtags per profile
Advanced
$499/year
For Marketing Teams
3  Social profiles
12 Team members
5 Competitors per profile
Hashtags per profile
5 Competitors per profile
Popular
$299/year
For Agencies
3  Social profiles
12 Team members
5 Competitors per profile
Hashtags per profile
5 Competitors per profile
Hashtags per profile

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FAQ

We're here to support you. Haven’t found what you’re looking for? Contact us for your questions or requests.
Which languages, platforms and cloud environments does Sidekick support?

Sidekick currently supports Java (JVM-based languages), Python, and Node.JS languages.Sidekick is platform-agnostic. It supports AWS, Azure, GCP, OpenShift, Kubernetes, Docker, and more.

Can I use Sidekick on my own IDE?

Yes! Sidekick supports IntelliJ IDEA, and VSCode IDE's for now apart from its web IDE. Please let us know which IDE's you'd like Sidekick to support.

Which means of payment do you accept?

Paid subscriptions require a Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Discover or a Paypal account. We only accept online payments. All payments are non-refundable.

Does Sidekick have an On-prem version?

Yes! With Sidekick, not only does your data stay with you but you can also deploy Sidekick's app on your premises. You can install Sidekick on your own cloud account, your data center, or even on your laptop so that nothing gets transferred out of your control.

What about security? Can Sidekick see my code? Or my data?

Talking about Sidekick’s SaaS version, your code is only loaded to your browser to provide a friendly experience. It will never reach our servers. And, to protect your data, we offer extensive data redaction and encryption capabilities. We are able to offer additional security measures according to whatever guidelines your security architect will need.

What integrations do you currently support?

Sidekick is natively integrated with Thundra APM to let you get a full context and visualization of your debug session with automated distributed tracing. You can easily get to the error root cause visually by seeing the impact of transactions between your application and third-party services. Thundra APM native integration is OpenTracing and OpenTelemetry compatible.Additionally, Slack, and incident management integrations are on our roadmap.Sign up for Sidekick and be the first to know when we add more integrations.

Why would I choose Sidekick over its competitors?

Sidekick combines tracepoints (aka non-breaking breakpoints) with distributed tracing. This way; DevOps, SRE, QA, test, software engineers & managers can discover the issue's root causes effortlessly!

I use an APM / error tracking tool, is my stack not enough?

APM tools are great but not enough for some cases. Finding the relevant data in these systems quickly in case of an incident is often not feasible. Sidekick enables developers to debug directly from an IDE, using conditional tracepoints to work just with the data they need to debug the problem at hand.

I’m pretty used to logging, isn’t it enough?

Logging is always valid and integral. The problem with logging is that a huge amount of data often welcomes you when you try to look for something specific. Also in distributed systems, you need to look for many log piles to find what you are looking for and then reproduce the issue in your local machine for validation. Sidekick provides dynamic on-demand logging which makes it super handy to turn on or off the logs whenever you need it.