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Do Amazon AWS EC2 Free tier have a Bandwidth Limit?
I have recently started using Amazon Free Tier where i get 12 months free to use Amazon Elastic Block Storage of 30Gb, 2000000 I/Os with EBS magnetic and 1 GB of snapshot storage. After using it for a month , when i checked my bill, i have been charged with $0.79 ~ ₹65.09 (Exchange Rate - 82.394588) , **Full details here :** Bandwidth $0.66 $0.000 per GB - data transfer in per month 49.898 GB $0.00 $0.000 per GB - data transfer out under the monthly global free tier40.281 GB $0.0 $0.000 per GB - regional data transfer under the monthly global free tier0.521 GB $0.00 $0.090 per GB - first 10 TB / month data transfer out beyond the global free tier7.330 GB $0.66 Is there a bandwidth limit in AMazon EC2 free tier, because there is no mentioning realted to Bandwidth, an if there is a limit in Bandwidth in Amazon EC2 Free tier, please give me information relating to the same.
Is there documentation regarding how Quicksight charges are reflected in the CUR? I'm trying to match what I'm being charged vs the quick sight Pricing page:
I'm trying to match the following line_item_operations: QS-User-Enterprise-Month QS-Reader-Usage-Paid-Session QS-Reader-Report-Session QS-Reader-Usage-Bonus-Session QS-Reader-Usage-Cap-Session with the concepts that appear in the pricing page Authors: readers capacity pricing thanks
Dear friends, Greetings. I need help with a project in Quicksight that was delegated to me. I have the budget for 2023, where I have to add month by month the amounts spent. But I have not been able to find a way to add up the months to today. I have the following table in Quicksight, the idea is that at the end of the current month it shows the sum of the previous months. I have been thinking about a kpi, I don't know if it is the right one. ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMhqtxQZbGS1mOpD5HT6BcAw)
How to see the Egress Cost
Hi, My company is migrating to AWS from On-perm. I'm doing a POC to see what will be my egress cost when all the accounts move from On-perm to AWS. I have created the existing data model in AWS Redshift and accessing the data through Azure Power BI. I want to see cost while using the import model vs direct query. I have couple of reports in Power BI service pointing to AWS Redshift tables. I couldn't get any decent information from AWS team about how much data is being transferred from AWS to Public internet. I tried cost explorer, Bill sections and didn't find any useful information. I really appreciate if someone can show me where i can get either data transfer or egress information Thanks, Miky
How could I avoid Billing?
Hi, I Stopped the instances 2 months ago and I already get a billing for the service. As long as I understand there is NO billing at least when the instance is stopped ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMoiD5msL6QcmjE8ev7GrQ-g) This are my instances and the current status ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IMvKtpIWF_S3irAHumyiffiA) How could I avoid the billing if I dont using this instances? Thank you
Need help to understand Redshift Serverless costs
I'm using Redshift Serverless to run some tests, but I don't understand how it's being billed. I'm still on the Free Tier $300, but already used almost $50 of those, and according to my calculations, the cost should be less than $2 so far. ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IM7KWpN_prSgqg3s9BsfEJZQ) I understand that Redshift Serverless is billed for RPU and Storage. But when I check the usage using: ``` select date_trunc('day', start_time) usage_date, sum(compute_seconds) total_compute_seconds, sum(compute_seconds)/(60*60) total_compute_hours, total_compute_hours*0.375 total_compute_cost from sys_serverless_usage group by date_trunc('day', start_time); ``` Result shows that the cost should be less than $2 so far: ![Enter image description here](/media/postImages/original/IM66nz2iuHQfesqSiwDkiArA) Storage doesn't seem to be the cost either, as the cost of it shows $0 so far, using: ``` SELECT date_trunc('day', start_time) usage_date, SUM((data_storage/(1024*1024*1024))*(datediff(s,start_time,end_time)/3600.0)) AS GB_hours, GB_hours / 720 AS GB_months, GB_months*0.024 AS storage_cost_day FROM sys_serverless_usage GROUP BY 1 ORDER BY 1; ``` I need help to understand where the money is going, if there is some fixed cost or how is it draining so fast? I also tried to find Redshift Serverless on the Billing section, but it doesn't seem to be there (maybe cause it's still under the Free Tier, but some services show up there even when cost is $0) Thanks in advance!
Fail on domain renewal because of expired CC.....
Why do I have 3 times to pay for Renewal of my domain? it is done every day and i see the message 3 times. but it did not work because my CC expired. Do I realy have to pay for each time amazon tries it and it fails because of an expired CC? Domain renew failed: [We can't finish renewing your domain because we can't process your payment. Check your payment information and try again.]
Is EFS Provisioned Throughput mode billed at daily granularity?
According to AWS documentation, `You can decrease your file system throughput in Provisioned Throughput mode as long as it’s been more than 24 hours since the last decrease. Additionally, you can change between Provisioned Throughput mode and the default Bursting Throughput mode as long as it’s been more than 24 hours since the last throughput mode change.` Does it also mean that if I enable Provisioned Throughput and then, switch back to Bursting Throughput mode after 24 hrs, the charges for the Provisioned Throughput are only for that 1 day or worst case 2 days? Has anyone had experience doing this? Thank you in advance.
Lift and Shift Windows 7 and 10 os
Hi, We are planning to do lift and shift windows 7 and windows 10. so i have two questions 1- Is it possible to do lift and shift to windows 7 and Windows 10 as on prem there are so production applications are running. 2- How do i calculate and prepare estimation for the lift and shift please advise
How does AWS charge me if added an instance to EC2 Saving Plan
Let's say I have t3 family, and committed an EC2 Saving Plan with the upfront payment $5000/year. Now I have an one-month-term temporary instance needs to be in t3 family, should I request the commit rate change? or this temporary usage can be absorbed and amortized to my 1-year commit term without extra charge (assume the total usage is not passed the commit number)?
Transit Gateway Metrics compared to bill
Hi. I am trying to establish monitoring for our high transit gateway cost and I can't seem to get them to agree. It looks like either the CloudWatch metrics for Transit Gateway are incorrect, or I am being highly overcharged for Transit Gateway usage. After doing some analysis on an hour of flow logs, I am thinking that the metrics are incorrect, or I am not understanding how to interpret them. I have tried to go over everything publicly available. Please correct me if I am mistaken. It is my understanding that the transit gateway billing is based on the number of bytes that the gateway processes. This should be fully accountable by adding up all the TransitGateway/Per-TransitGateway Metrics/BytesIn metrics for all the transit gateways in my account. CloudWatch does not give units for this metric, so I am assuming that it reports the number of bytes in each minute sent to the TGW, since docs say that this metric is reported every minute. However, if I look at this number, taking an average value over weeks and extrapolate it out to a month, it is off by like a factor of 2000x from the number reported in my bill. Can I get an explanation of how I can accurately break down and monitor my Transit Gateway traffic bill?