Resource consumption for each environment is charged to the account owner on an hourly basis. There are 3 types of charges:
Detailed information on each of these types of charges can be found in the Charged Resources document.
The detailed information on the amount of consumed resources can be seen in the different places at your dashboard, for example:
The details on each of these options can be seen in the Monitor Consumed Resources document.
With CirrusGrid you only pay for consumed resources. The prices can be seen inside your CirrusGrid dashboard.
Navigate to Balance > Quotas & Pricing menu item. Here you’ll see a set of tabs displaying pricing information for each kind of resource available in CirrusGrid.
Choose the one you are interested in to see the pricing and discount scale. You can find more information about pricing and discount systems in the Pricing System and Automatic Discounts documents.
Note that the various software stacks are provided free of charge in CirrusGrid. You only pay for the resources consumed but not for the software itself.
To decrease your spends you can stop your environment when it is not needed. For example, if you happen to be using your environment as a test or dev one and you don’t use it on nights and weekends – you don’t have to pay for the resources that you don’t use.
In such a way RAM (Memory), CPU and traffic are not going to be charged.
You are going to pay only for disk space that you use and for public IP and SSL if you purchased any.
Follow the links to get acquainted with useful tips on consuming CirrusGrid resources in a smart way:
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