What happens after free trial for Azure Sentinel expires and what are the trial limits?

groupireum 21 Reputation points

Our client wants to try trial version of Azure Sentinel and is curious what happens after free trial expires, for example, will he lose access to all features or will he have access to partial free features or he'll have access but will pay per usage.

His other question is what are the trial limits specifically for Azure Sentinel?

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A scalable, cloud-native solution for security information event management and security orchestration automated response. Previously known as Azure Sentinel.
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  1. Saurabh Sharma 17,366 Reputation points Microsoft Employee

    @groupireum The trial version of Sentinel is valid for 31 days and you will be charged after that as per pricing listed here.
    Also, please note that data ingestion and additional capabilities (automation and bring your own machine learning ) charges related to Azure Monitor Log Analytics for data ingestion are still applicable during the free trial.

    (Please don't forget to accept helpful replies as answer)

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  1. Vaibhav Chaudhari 38,006 Reputation points

    Use the free trial for a Month and later upgrade it to pay as you go subscription

    Below Q&A copied from here - Free-account-faq

    Do I have to pay something after 30 days?

    At the end of your first 30 days, you can continue using your free products after you upgrade your account to a pay-as-you-go pricing and remove the spending limit

    What happens with the products if I don’t upgrade?

    If you decide not to upgrade at the end of 30 days or once you have used up your ₹13,300 credit (whichever happens first), any products you have deployed will be decommissioned and you will not be able to access them. You can always come back within the next 30 days to upgrade your account.

    If the response helped, do "Accept Answer" and upvote it - Vaibhav

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