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Try Frame for Free

If you're interested in the Frame platform, we have two ways you can evaluate Frame to see how it can support your use case. Those of you wishing to immediately dive into a Frame environment to see how it works may be interested in our Test Drive option which is a rapidly provisioned test account you may use for up to 12 hours.

If you already have your own infrastructure (public cloud account on Azure, GCP or AWS or on-prem Nutanix AHV infrastructure), we also offer a Frame Trial which is a 30-day trial you can sign up for through our partner, Nutanix. If you're unsure of where to begin, reference the tables below for more information about each option.

If you have already tried Frame and are ready to subscribe, check out our Sign Up page.

Test Drive

  • Test Drive accounts are available for use up to 12 hours from the time they are provisioned.

  • Recommended for customers who have not yet established any cloud/on-premises infrastructure but are interested in a quick evaluation of Frame.

  • Uses Frame IaaS (AWS only) to quickly provide you with an active Frame environment.

  • Test Drive environments provide a limited environment and do not support more complex integrations (Active Directory Domain Joined Instances, access to customer private networks, connecting your own infrastructure, etc.).

  • Test Drives cannot be converted into a paid subscription.

  • More details about Test Drive can be found in the Test Drive FAQ.


  • Trial accounts are available for 30 days after sign up.

  • Recommended for customers requiring a full evaluation to validate if Frame can support their use case.

  • Customers may connect their own public cloud subscriptions and/or on-premises Nutanix AHV infrastructure or choose to deploy on Frame IaaS (AWS, Azure, and/or GCP).

  • Trial accounts provide more evaluation time, resources, and platform access so customers may test and easily convert their Trial into a paid subscription.

  • More details about the Frame Trial can be found in the Trial FAQ.