A user in California activates Table Store and creates a high-performance instance. The table data on the instance has a consistent read volume of around 10,000 read queries per second (QPS) per day, and the accessed data does not exceed 4 KB (equivalent to 1 CU). The user wants to know how the table is calculated on a daily basis. The calculated daily billing amount of the table is detailed in the following example.
Note: In the following example, the unit prices were the actual prices on April 1, 2017. For the latest Table Store unit prices, see Pricing.
|Billing item||Unit price|
|Additional read throughput||USD 0.0030/10,000 CU|
The calculated daily bill:
10000 * 86400/10000 * 0.0030 = USD 259.20
Note: Additional read/write throughput is billed based on the sum of additional CUs consumed. The number of CUs consumed per day is
10000 x 86400 = 864 million CUs.