Managing your Apollo plan
Every Apollo organization has an associated plan that determines which GraphOS features the organization has access to, along with how it's billed.
Every newly created organization starts on one of the following:
- The Serverless (Free) plan
- A free Enterprise trial (which enables you to test out most GraphOS Enterprise features)
You can check your organization's current plan in GraphOS Studio. From your organization's page, go to the Settings tab and scroll down to the Plan and Billing section:
Apollo offers the following plans to new organizations:
These are brief summaries of each plan. For complete plan details, see the pricing page.
|Serverless (Free)||Provides access to serverless cloud supergraphs, along with many other GraphOS features. Sets a fixed limit on monthly serverless operations. This plan is free.|
|Serverless||Removes the operation limit included in the Serverless (Free) plan, and is billed based on usage above that limit. Also expands metrics data retention.|
|Enterprise||These plans feature self-hosted routing, advanced security and schema delivery features, access control, and more. They include negotiable usage rates. They do not currently support cloud supergraphs. You can try out most Enterprise features for free with an Enterprise trial.|
An Enterprise plan provides access to all GraphOS Enterprise features, our Graph Champions community, and a dedicated support channel for your team to talk with Apollo supergraph experts. We'll work with you to customize a query volume limit and support package that's right for you.
If you're interested in an Enterprise plan, please get in touch!
You can sign up for a GraphOS Enterprise trial to freely test out most GraphOS Enterprise features (including creating a self-hosted supergraph) for the duration of the trial period.
The Enterprise trial period is 28 days.
With an Enterprise trial, you create a new GraphOS organization that behaves identically to a full Enterprise organization, except the following features are unavailable:
- Single sign-on (SSO)
You can identify your trial organization in GraphOS Studio by the
ENTERPRISE TRIAL label next to its name in the upper left:
Studio also displays how many days remain in your trial in the upper right:
In the final few days of your trial period, Studio displays an additional notification banner.
At the end of the trial, you can contact Apollo to upgrade your organization to a full Enterprise organization. If you don't, the organization becomes locked (see details).
Ending a trial
When your Enterprise trial period ends, your trial organization becomes locked unless you contact Apollo to upgrade to a full Enterprise organization (you can upgrade any time before or after the trial period ends).
You can't access a locked organization from GraphOS Studio, and GraphOS stops serving supergraph schemas and Enterprise entitlements to your self-hosted routers.
If you have a non-Enterprise Apollo organization that was created before 4 October 2022, it's on one of the following legacy plans.
These plans do not support serverless cloud supergraphs, and they might not support other new GraphOS features moving forward.
If your organization is on one of these plans, we strongly recommend upgrading to a current plan.
|Free||Our legacy free plan, different from the current Serverless (Free) plan. Provides basic GraphOS features, with very limited data retention and maximum query volume.|
|Team||Our legacy plan for small and medium teams, which is billed based on the number of team members (i.e., seat-based). Raises the retention and query volume limits from the Free plan, but does not remove them.|
Upgrading to a current plan
To create cloud supergraphs, your Apollo organization needs to be on either the Serverless (Free) plan or the Serverless plan.
If your organization is on the legacy Free plan, you can convert your organization to the current Serverless (Free) plan by clicking Convert to Serverless (Free) in the top-right corner of your organization's page in Studio:
If you're on the legacy Teams plan, you currently need to create a new organization to be able to create cloud supergraphs.