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Affordable pricing based on your team and integration needs.
|Monthly / Annual|
|Users||$99 / $990|
|Workspaces||$25 / $250|
|Premium Connectors||$120 / $1,200|
|On-Premise Adapter||$240 / $2,400|
|1M Data Processing Rows||$20 / Month|
What is a User?
A user account can perform all integration functions within the Lingk app to configure environments, wizards, SQL recipes, schedule data processing jobs, etc. Users can invite others to their managed workspaces from their account. Users are the actual integrator roles.
What is a Guest Viewer?
A guest viewer can view data maps and integration configurations for review and approval. This is helpful to use when collaborating with third parties that do not already have a paid user account for reviewing work.
What is a Workspace?
Workspaces organize integrations into projects and include the associated credentials and integration environments that contain the selected connectors, wizards and recipes. A single workspace can contain many integrations (recipes).
What is a Recipe?
Recipes are the integration logic of the Lingk platform. Recipes can be auto generated using Speed Wizards or built from scratch in the web-based SQL recipe builder. Users can easily build, save, test, version, schedule, deploy and securely share recipe templates with other Lingk users. Recipes are human-readable, reusable YAML configurations that combine connector information, data orchestration, and powerful SQL commands to enable almost any type of transformation and aggregation of data.
What is a Standard Connector?
Standard connectors are provided complimentary with a user account and can be used with all their workspaces (projects).
What is a Premium Connector?
Premium connectors are purchased by a user account and can be used with all their workspaces (projects) at no extra cost.
What is a On-Premise Adapter?
The Adapter is quickly installed on a server to connect directly with an on-premise database to enable a secure web service to a Lingk user account.
What is a Data Processing Row?
A data processing row represents a row of data processed from a data source. Each subscription account includes a generous amount of monthly data processing to meet most data integration scenarios. If an account gets close to reaching the data processing capacity, a notification will prompt the account owner to purchase additional capacity or choose to modify integrations.