This topic describes how to purchase a resource plan, the factors to consider before you purchase a resource plan, and examples on how resource plans are used.
Factors to consider
Before you purchase a resource plan, we recommend that you consider the required services and business volume. For resource plans that are available only for specific regions, you must also consider the region.
For more information about the types and supported regions of resource plans, see Overview.
Log on to the OSS console.
In the left-side navigation pane, choose .
On the Resource Plans page, click Purchase Resource Plan.
On the page that appears, specify parameters including Resource Plan Type, Region, Capacity, and Validity Period, and then click Buy Now.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the purchase.
A user purchased the following resource plans in March 2022: a Standard (LRS) storage plan for all regions that has a capacity of 500 GB, and an outbound traffic plan for the Chinese mainland that has a capacity of 100 GB. The resource usage of the user in March 2022 includes the following items:
300 GB of Standard locally redundant storage (LRS) objects, 110 GB of outbound traffic over the Internet, and 100,000 API requests in the China (Hangzhou) region.
100 GB of Standard LRS objects and 200 GB of Standard zone-redundant storage (ZRS) objects in the China (Shanghai) region.
The following table describes how the resource plans offset the monthly resource usage.
Offset by resource plans
300 GB of capacity in the Standard (LRS) storage plan offsets the storage fee for 300 GB of Standard LRS objects.
Fee for 100,000 API requests
100 GB of capacity in the outbound traffic plan offsets the fee for 100 GB of outbound traffic over the Internet.
Traffic fee for the remaining 10 GB of outbound traffic over the Internet
100 GB of capacity in the Standard (LRS) storage plan offsets the storage fee for 100 GB of Standard LRS objects.
Fee for 200 GB of Standard ZRS objects