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AnalyticDB for MySQL:Billable items of Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0)

Last Updated:Dec 26, 2023

This topic describes the billable items and billing rules of AnalyticDB for MySQL Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0) clusters.

Bill composition

The following figure shows the bill composition for AnalyticDB for MySQL Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0) clusters.

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Billable items and billing rules

The following table describes how the fees for each billable item are calculated.

Category

Billable item

Billing method

Description

Reserved resources

  • Reserved computing resources (ACU)

  • Reserved storage resources (CSTORE_ACU)

Pay-as-you-go

Subscription

Note

ACU-hour plans can be used to offset the reserved resources of pay-as-you-go clusters. For more information, see ACU-hour plans.

Billing scope:

You are billed for reserved resources or storage resources when you create a cluster.

You are billed for changed reserved resources when you scale up a cluster.

Billing unit:

The resources are bundled into units and sold as AnalyticDB compute units (ACUs). Each ACU is approximately equal to 1 core and 4 GB memory.

Fee calculation:

Reserved resource fee = Unit price per ACU × (Number of ACUs for reserved computing resources + Number of ACUs for reserved storage resources) × Usage duration

Storage

  • Hot data storage

  • Cold data storage

Pay-as-you-go

Billing scope:

You are billed for data storage based on the actual storage space occupied.

Fee calculation:

Storage fee = Hot data storage fee + Cold data storage fee

  • Cold data storage fee = Unit price of cold data storage × Data volume × Usage duration

  • Hot data storage fee = Unit price of hot data storage × Data volume × Usage duration

Viewing information:

You can log on to the AnalyticDB for MySQL console and go to the Monitoring Information page to view the amount of storage used for hot data and cold data. For more information, see View monitoring information.

Elastic resources

ACU elastic resources

Pay-as-you-go

Note

ACU-hour plans can be used to offset elastic resources. For more information, see ACU-hour plans.

Billing scope:

Scheduled scaling: When you use a scaling plan to scale resources, you are billed for the consumed elastic resources after the scaling is executed.

On-demand scaling: When you use a job resource group to develop jobs, you are billed for the additional elastic resources consumed outside the reserved resources.

Billing unit:

The resources are bundled into units and sold as ACUs. Each ACU is approximately equal to 1 core and 4 GB memory.

Fee calculation:

Elastic resource fee = Unit price per ACU × Number of ACUs × Usage duration

Viewing information:

You can log on to the AnalyticDB for MySQL console and go to the Resource Management page to view the amount of used elastic resources. For more information, see View monitoring information about resource groups.

Billing examples

Note

The following billing examples are provided for reference only. See the service console or buy page to obtain the actual prices of individual resources.

Example 1

You purchase a subscription Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0) cluster in the China (Hangzhou) region. The cluster has 32 ACUs of reserved computing resources and 24 ACUs of reserved storage resources. The subscription period is three months.

The following table describes the fees for individual resources.

Category

Billable item

Fee

Reserved resources

Reserved computing resources

USD 26.28 per ACU-month × 32 ACUs × 3 months = USD 2,522.88

Reserved storage resources

USD 26.28 per ACU-month × 24 ACUs × 3 months = USD 1,892.16

Total fees for three months = USD 2,522.88 + USD 1,892.16 = USD 4,415.04

Example 2

You purchase a pay-as-you-go Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0) cluster in the China (Hangzhou) region.

  • Reserved resources: The cluster has 32 ACUs of reserved computing resources and 24 ACUs of reserved storage resources.

  • Elastic resources: A job resource group that has 0 ACUs of reserved resources is created. The job resource group is used to run a Spark job of 2 cores and 4 GB memory (equivalent to 2 × 0.8 ACUs) for 1 hour.

  • Storage: The cluster stores 100 GB of hot data and 260 GB of cold data.

The following table describes the fees for individual resources.

Category

Billable item

Fee

Reserved resources

Reserved computing resources

USD 0.05 per ACU-hour × 32 ACUs × 1 hour = USD 1.6

Reserved storage resources

USD 0.05 per ACU-hour × 24 ACUs × 1 hour = USD 1.2

Elastic resources

On-demand scaling

USD 0.06 per ACU-hour × 2 × 0.8 ACUs × 1 hour = USD 0.096

Storage

Hot data storage

USD 0.000425 per GB-hour × 100 GB × 1 hour = USD 0.0425

Cold data storage

USD 0.000028 per GB-hour × 260 GB × 1 hour = USD 0.00728

Total fees per hour = USD 1.6 + USD 1.2 + USD 0.096 + USD 0.0425 + USD 0.00728 = USD 2.94578

References

Pricing for Data Lakehouse Edition (V3.0)