Hi, Since AWS has not traditionally charged specifically for the use of IPv4 addresses (beyond the costs associated with services that use these IPs), this change will have financial implications for AWS customers, particularly those with extensive use of public IPv4 addresses. The most immediate impact will be the direct cost associated with the usage of IPv4 addresses. Depending on the pricing structure AWS adopts, organizations with a large number of public IPv4 addresses could see a notable increase in their monthly AWS bills. The cost will likely be determined by the number of public IPv4 addresses allocated and not released back to AWS.
- Audit and Release Unused IPs
- Leverage Private IPs and VPCs
- Adopt IPv6
- Optimize Architecture
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