MaxCompute - Limits the Daily Cumulative Consumption of SQL Statements for Pay-as-you-go Projects
Target customers: 1. Data developers who execute SQL statements that involve large amounts of input data when they explore data and perform SQL testing. In this case, the developers may not beware of the data amount. 2. Data analysts who execute SQL statements that involve large amounts of input data when they query data and projects that are separately allocated to data analysts. Features released: MaxCompute now limits the daily cumulative consumption of SQL statements for pay-as-you-go projects. If the sum of the cumulative consumption of standard SQL statements that have been executed and the estimated consumption of the standard SQL statements that are being triggered is greater than the specified threshold, the standard SQL statements that are being triggered will fail. The system returns failure details. This prevents the daily cumulative consumption of standard SQL statements from exceeding the specified threshold. To specify a threshold, you must fully assess daily consumption. An appropriate threshold helps avoid negative impacts on projects caused by the failure of the required SQL statements. If the specified threshold cannot meet your requirements, the project owner or an administrator who assumes the SuperAdministrator role can adjust the threshold.