This topic describes the billable items and billing rules of AnalyticDB for MySQL Data Warehouse Edition (V3.0) clusters in Elastic mode for Cluster Edition and Reserved mode for Cluster Edition.
Elastic mode for Cluster Edition
The following figure shows the bill composition for AnalyticDB for MySQL clusters in elastic mode for Cluster Edition.
Description of billable items
The following tables describe the billing methods and how the fees for each billable item are calculated.
Basic resources include computing resources and elastic I/O resources.
You are billed for basic computing resources when:
Basic computing resource fee = Unit price of basic computing resource specifications × Usage duration
Basic computing resource fee: Unit price per compute node × Number of nodes × Usage duration
The minimum size of a Cluster Edition cluster is 32 cores and 128 GB memory, where each node is defined as having 16 cores and 64 GB memory.
Elastic I/O resources (optional)
You are billed for elastic I/O resources when you purchase elastic I/O resources or change their specifications when you scale up a cluster. For more information about the billing rules for scale-up, see Billing of configuration changes.
Elastic I/O resources can be purchased only for elastic clusters that have a minimum of 32 cores and 128 GB memory.
When purchasing elastic I/O resources, we recommend that you purchase enough elastic I/O units (EIUs) to have
Elastic I/O resource fee = Unit price per EIU × Number of EIUs × Usage duration
Elastic resources refer to the computing resources that are used to scale up resources.
Elastic computing resources (optional)
You are billed for elastic computing resources when resource scaling is performed based on the scaling plans that you create.
The scaling plans must be of the Default Proportional Scaling for Computing Resources and EIUs type.
Support for resource scaling may be limited by the minor version and specifications of your cluster. For more information, see Create a resource scaling plan.
Elastic computing resource fee = Unit price of elastic computing resources per compute node × Number of compute nodes × Usage duration
Each compute node is defined as having 16 cores and 64 GB memory.
You are billed for storage resources based on the actual storage space occupied.
You can purchase storage for both subscription and pay-as-you-go clusters. The unit price of storage for subscription clusters is different from that for pay-as-you-go clusters.
Storage fee = Hot data storage fee + Cold data storage fee
Viewing storage 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.
Reserved mode for Cluster Edition
The following figure shows the bill composition for AnalyticDB for MySQL clusters in reserved mode for Cluster Edition.The following table describes the billing rules for each billable item.
Compute nodes are billed based on the instance type, number of node groups, and usage duration.
Compute node fee = Unit price per node group × Number of node groups × Usage duration
Storage is billed based on the instance type, number of node groups, storage size, and usage duration.
Storage fee = Unit price of storage × Storage size × Number of node groups × Usage duration
The following billing examples are provided for reference only. See the service console or buy page to obtain the actual prices of individual resources.
You purchase a subscription cluster in elastic mode for Cluster Edition in the China (Hong Kong) region. The cluster uses four compute nodes that provide basic computing resources of 64 cores and 256 GB memory. The subscription period is six months.
Total fees = USD 678.25 per node-month × 4 compute nodes × 6 months = USD 16,278.
You purchase a pay-as-you-go cluster in elastic mode for Cluster Edition in the Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) region. The cluster uses two compute nodes that provide basic computing resources of 32 cores and 128 GB memory. The cluster also stores 1,000 GB of hot data and 3,000 GB of cold data. The cluster is used for 10 days.
The following table describes the fees for individual resources.
Basic computing resources
USD 1.2326 per node-hour × 2 compute nodes × 24 hours × 10 days = USD 591.648
Hot data storage
USD 0.000892 per GB-hour × 1,000 GB × 24 hours × 10 days = USD 214.08
Cold data storage
USD 0.000042 per GB-hour × 3,000 GB × 24 hours × 10 days = USD 30.24
Total fees = USD 591.648 + USD 214.08 + USD 30.24 = USD 835.968.