The solution recently doubled in price over the past year, which is why I've decided to move away from it. The price jump doesn't make sense. It's not like there was a sudden influx in new features or advancements. Without getting too specific, I'd say the average yearly cost is around $50,000. The costs include licensing and maintenance support.
The cost of the solution is a little bit expensive. Expensive in the sense that there was a hundred percent increase in cost from last year to this year, which is certainly not justified. The solution needs to be more flexible. It needs to work with clients more effectively. Right now, the licensing model is based on the number of applications as opposed to being flexible and based on the number of developers or based on some other parameters. This constrains our company in terms of defining what an application is and doing the scans. We have an application with multiple deposit rates, but Veracode has a hard time recognizing the different components sitting in different depositories as one application. The solution is pretty similar to others. There wasn't anything that was so startlingly different it would make us want to stay.