Last Updated: September 21, 2021
Prior versions of this Yugabyte Standard Price List are available here.
Yugabyte offers two billing options: pay-as-you-go (PAYG) billing and subscription billing. The pricing for the two options is provided below:
Pay-as-you-go (PAYG): USD 0.25/vCPU/hour, minimum 2 vCPUs. Usage is metered in billing increments of a minute, and the Customer pays at the end of the month for actual usage.
Subscription: Customer commits to a certain number of vCPUs minimum term of one year, and is invoiced at the start of the contract. Contact Sales for details.
Startup and small-to-medium business programs are available. Contact Sales for details.
ALLOWANCES & OVERAGES FOR STORAGE AND DATA TRANSFER PER VCPU, PER MONTH
|Dimension||Rate||Allowance/vCPU per month|
|Disk storage||$0.10/GB per month||50 GB|
|Cloud backup storage||$0.025/GB per month||100 GB|
|Data transfer – Same Region||$0.01/GB||1000 GB|
|Data transfer – Cross Region (APAC)||$0.08/GB||10 GB|
|Data transfer – Cross Region (Other regions)||$0.02/GB||10 GB|
|Data transfer – Internet||$0.10/GB||10 GB|
*All prices are in U.S. Dollars (USD).
“CPU Core” means a logical or virtual unit of a CPU that can execute computer programs. We calculate CPU cores based on the environment in which the Software operates. In a physical (Hyperthread) or virtual (vCPU) environment, Yugabyte recognizes logical cores as a unit of compute for licensing:
- “Hyperthread” is a technology by which a single physical core is split across 2 logical cores.
- In a virtualized or hypervisor (VM) computing environment, a CPU Core may be presented as one or more vCPUs. In a public cloud computing environment, a CPU Core is Hyperthreaded and may be presented as one or more vCPUs (“vCPU” means a unit of virtual processing power configured to a VM). This may be named differently by the public cloud vendors, e.g., Amazon Web Services defines CPU Core as “vCPU”, Microsoft Azure defines CPU Core as “Core” or “vCPU”, Google Cloud Platform defines CPU Core as “Virtual CPU”, and Heroku defines CPU Core as “Compute”. Yugabyte recognizes vCPUs as a unit of compute for licensing.
“Virtual Machine (“VM”)” means a software container that can run its own operating system and execute applications, just as a physical computer does.