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2018-08-02T06:44:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your experience regarding pricing and costs for Postman?

Hi,

We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.

Please share what you can so you can help your peers.

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PeerSpot user
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Asya Kundush - PeerSpot reviewer
Product Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
2021-02-09T19:23:37Z
09 February 21

Its price is moderate as compared to other competitors. The version that we are using is not open source, so it is not free.

Elvis Duric - PeerSpot reviewer
QA Engineer at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
Real User
Top 10Leaderboard
2020-11-13T13:24:54Z
13 November 20

As we only had 10 APIs to test, we used the free version.

PeerSpot user
Software QA Test Engineer at qomplx
Consultant
Top 20Leaderboard
2020-09-22T07:16:10Z
22 September 20

We are using the free version that is available.

Kumara Subramanian - PeerSpot reviewer
Director Web Technologies at Thapovan Info Systems Inc.
Real User
2019-11-13T05:29:00Z
13 November 19

We are currently using the free version, but we have plans to buy a license.

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Sr Testing Consultant at a hospitality company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Consultant
2018-08-02T06:44:00Z
02 August 18

It is free.

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Which is better; there be dragons. They each have strengths and weaknesses, but neither is globally better than the other. One should ask what your testing strategy will require. Collaboration, simple testing with scriptable tests, and strong UX with minimal know-how Postman will excel. Additionally, it allows for mock servers based upon open API specifications for testing code. I find JMeter a better fit for complexity, strong scripting, CICD inclusion, simple end-point, total load, and performance testing, allowing test re-use. Keep in mind, both tools can perform all of the above operations. Can you provide some additional insight into your specific use case(s)?
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Postman is for API verification. It can be used for inspections of API as well.   JMeter is mainly used for performance tests - such as a load or stress test. Both tools have different perspectives, however API calls can be intersected between them.
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