Render helps teams of all sizes collaborate on their shared apps and infrastructure. Team plans also include powerful operational features, such as service autoscaling.
For a full comparison of plan types, see the pricing page.
These features are specific to team plans:
|Organize your services by their associated application and environment (such as prod or staging).
|Automatically scale services up and down according to their memory and CPU load.
|HTTP request logs
|Automatically log details for every HTTP request to your web services from the public internet.
|Spin up an ephemeral copy of your entire production environment for safe and comprehensive integration testing.
|Performance build pipeline
|Run builds and other pre-deploy tasks with significantly more memory and CPU.
|PostgreSQL point-in-time recovery
|In the event of unexpected data loss, restore your PostgreSQL database to a previous state from within the last seven days.
|High availability PostgreSQL
|Run a standby instance of your PostgreSQL database and fail over to it if your primary instance encounters an issue.
All teams also receive:
- Increased free monthly allotments of pipeline minutes and bandwidth usage
- Increased retention of past builds for rollbacks
Teams on an Organization or Enterprise plan receive compliance guarantees (such as SOC 2) and other benefits like uptime and support SLAs. For details, see the pricing page.
From the Render Dashboard, click your user icon in the top-right corner, then click New Team:
Complete the team creation form, including specifying a plan type and payment method. Then click Create Team.
You’re all set! Render automatically assigns you the Admin role for your new team.
Only team members with the Admin role can manage other members.
From your team’s page in the Render Dashboard, click the icon in the top-right corner, then click Team Settings.
Scroll down to the Team members section.
Team members added before 12 October 2023 have been automatically assigned the Admin role to preserve their capabilities from prior to the release of member roles.
All newly added team members are assigned the Developer role (except a team’s creator, who is assigned Admin).
Each member of a team has one of the following roles:
|Has full access to the team’s resources and organizational settings (such as member management, billing management, and 2FA enforcement).
|Has access to the team’s resources (services, environment groups, etc.), but not to organizational settings. New team members are assigned this role.
Admins can assign roles to other members from the Team Settings page in the Render Dashboard.
Only team members with the Admin role can enable 2FA enforcement.
You can require two-factor authentication (2FA) for all of your team’s members. Enforce 2FA from your Team Settings page:
If your team enforces 2FA, team members can’t access the team’s resources and settings until they enable 2FA.Team members with SSH or API keys can't use these keys to access team resources until they enable 2FA.
When you create your team, the creation form provides an option to Transfer Services to the team. If you select this option, Render moves all services, databases, environment groups, and Blueprint instances from your personal account to your new team.
It is not currently possible to selectively transfer services from a user to a team.