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Frequently asked questions (Faq)

What are CronUnits?

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CronUnits are units of measure for using Cronapp resources.

Each CronUnit is equivalent to the use, for 1 hours, of a MU (memory Unit), which is equivalent to 512MB of RAM. You can choose the amount of MUs you want to work with. Large projects may require more memory.

The IDE Cronapp will allocate the memory according to your choice and you’ll pay only for the time of use of the IDE.

So, if you choose to work with 1GB of RAM (2 MUs), you will spend 2 CronUnits every hour of work.

You can hire CronUnits in packages (discounted) or pay for the value actually used (no discount).

What is a CronUnits package?

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You can opt for a subscription in which you hire a monthly package of CronUnits, at a discount. You will always pay for this monthly package, regardless of how much you actually consume.

The other modality, by effective consumption may be more interesting for those who do not know, at first, how much will consume in the month.

When should I upgrade plan?

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You can do a plan upgrade when consuming your CronUnits, or at any time if you want to enjoy other benefits of paid plans.

What represents the amount paid for the subscription?

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This value covers the entire platform’s ongoing development effort. It functions as the licensing of the IDE.

By paying the monthly subscription, you will have an always-updated IDE in both functional and technological terms. It is your assurance that the platform’s investment returns both in the present and in the future.

With Cronapp, you’ll only pay for what you use from the Cloud server infrastructure. The measurement of this use will be in terms of spent Cronunits.

What are Cronbits?

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Cronbit is the unit of measurement of the application Publishing Service on the Cronapp PaaS servers.

A Cronbit equals the use of 1 MU (Memory Unit – 512 MBytes) for 1 hours in a published instance in a Linux container.

When you publish an application, you can choose the number of instances and also the application server size, using the amount of MUs allocated on the server.

For Java applications, usually 1 MU should be sufficient for your application to run satisfactorily.

How much does each CronBit cost?

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CronUnits are units of measure for using Cronapp resources.

Each CronUnit is equivalent to the use, for 1 hours, of a MU (memory Unit), which is equivalent to 512MB of RAM. You can choose the amount of MUs you want to work with. Large projects may require more memory.

The IDE Cronapp will allocate the memory according to your choice and you’ll pay only for the time of use of the IDE.

So, if you choose to work with 1GB of RAM (2 MUs), you will spend 2 CronUnits every hour of work.

You can hire CronUnits in packages (discounted) or pay for the value actually used (no discount).

Is the Trial plan really free?

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Yes. In the Trial plan you will earn a package of CronUnits to spend for free. Our intention is to ensure you the opportunity to test, for free, the main features of Cronapp.

You can use your CronUnits for an indefinite time. At your end, you will find paid plans that are tailored to your needs.

How many applications can I build and deploy?

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IDE. You can also publish the apps to our PaaS.

There is no limitation for number of applications in the IDE. You can also publish the apps to our PaaS.

What is the definition of an application?

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There is no limitation for any application. The only thing to consider is that large applications may require the use of more memory Units (MUs). Using more memory, you will consume CronUnits more quickly.

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