You are on our Free Plan! Analyse an unlimited number of opensource projects. You can also use yuor plan on one closed source project.
Using Github?
Integrating your Java project is easy. Just select the Badges tab and paste your project URL. You will be able to generate the Github badges and get started in minutes: just copy the generated markdown content in your file on GitHub.
Using a CI?
If you are integrating Meterian in your build system, the Tokens tab allows you to create the client tokens you need in your Meterian installation. See the Client tab to learn how to integrate our client in your CI/CD pipeline, and find your report in the Projects tab.
Manage license risks.
Define your own rules using the Policies tab in order to define which licenses are allowed (or forbidden) by your organization's software development policy. Protect yourself from the risk of using components with copyleft licenses.
Take control of your account.
You can manage your account details using the Details tab, manage your team members' in the Members tab.
Using the CLI?
If you are using Meterian from the command line please check the Client tab to discover how to download and use the Meterian Client. It's very simple and you won't need any setup!
Something missing?
If you need more advanced features try to one of our paid plans. On a paid plan you will be able to:
  • have full API access
  • manage multiple projects
  • generate a bill of materials
  • manage licenses risks
Please contact our support email to ask for a trial or an upgrade.
If you have a GitHub project you can easily generate badges for your opensource project. Just enter your project GitHub URL and click the Generate button: the code snippets of the badges will be generated automatically. Your badges will also contain a live link to the official report from Meterian, that will be updated at least daily.
Enter your project Github URL to generate the badges:

For the security badge, please add this snippet to your README file:
[![security status]($baseurl/badge/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot/security)]($baseurl/report/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot)
For the stability badge, please add this snippet to your README file:
[![stability status]($baseurl/badge/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot/stability)]($baseurl/report/gh/spring-projects/spring-boot)
The client application
You will need the Meterian Client application if you are integrating meterian in your CI/CD pipeline or you want to analyze closed source project, badges only work on public repositories on During any of the CI/CD stages you can use the client to quickly assess the status of your project and block the progress if the results are not good enough. This will give you confidence you will not deliver a project containing known vulnerabilities or not up to date libraries, to the level you consider acceptable.
System requirements
  • The client is a Java native application written in Java8, so you will need to have a suitable JRE to run it. It will run on any platform where such runtime is accessible.
  • To run the analysis locally the client will need to have access to your local Maven/Gradle/NPM installation. Depending on your tooling you may also need some environment variables set up, like JAVA_HOME for Gradle, but this is exactly the same setup you woould use in you normal build environment.
  • As the analysis is performed remotely, the client will need to have access to a working internet connection that can reach the domain * using https.
Documentation and download

For any question, please contact our support email.
The application tokens
These tokens are used to authenticate any Meterian application, like the Client Application, to act on behalf of your account. Once you generate a token you will have to specify a name for it. Then you will be able to download the token just by clicking on it. In order to use it, see the documentation for the specific application.

Existing authentication tokens
No tokens so far.
Your account
Your account allows you to link all project and members together. Your account is linked to a plan with specific benefits.
The name of your account
This is the name assigned to your account. It can be really anything it makes sense to you and, of course, it can be changed at any time.
The contact email of your account
This is the main contact email of your accout, where you receive notification about people joining or leaving your account, changes made to your plan, and any other account-wide relevant information. You can change this email but you will need to follow a validation process: unless this is successful, the change will not be executed. Please contact our support email if you need any assistance.
The plan associated to your account
This is the plan associated to your account, and can be changed at any time but at the moment only contacting our support email.
Disable your account
This will allow you to disable your account. Nothing will be lost, but you will need to contact our support email if you need to restore o completely delete your account. This is required in case you need to join, as a member, another account, as at this stage Meterian does not support multiple accounts for the same user.

Your account members
This panel will allow you to link existing or new collaborators to your account to represent your current team. Based on their role they will be provided with a certain range of permissions as follows:
  • Adminstrator - can do anything on your account, including disabling it.
  • Collaborator - can run analysis, apply ignore rules and view reports
  • Viewer - can view online reports only
Account members
Add a new member:
Your license policies
This panel will allow you to manage your licence policies. You will be able to define which licenses you accept and which one you deny in the libraries used by your project.
Account policies
Your reports
An easy access to all the project reports you have analyzed so far using meterian. Each project analyzed by the client will be listed here.
Current projects
Projects branches
No projects so far, please use the client: