+ Incomming Data
$0.012 per Hour
$0.001 per MB
Antenny has a simple pricing scheme for all subscriptions.
Charges are accrued for each subscription
allocated per hour. Along with the hourly charge,
you will also be charged according to the size and
frequency of incomming data. Values reported for each
dimension are rounded up to the nearest whole
integer. We are also exploring licencing models to allow
organizations to run antenny in their own AWS accounts.
If you are interested in this, please
subscription-hour is an hour worth of subscription
allocation time. It is the smallest divisible unit
that can be charged. This means that for any partial
hour(s) a subscription is allocated, will be rounded
up to a full hour when charged. This is very similar
to how amazon aws ec2 operates. A key note here is
that when a charged are computed "actively." This
means that listeners report when they are allocated
for your subscription. In the event of extended system
downtime or failure, listeners will not report and
subsequently, charges will not be incurred.
Incomming Data: incomming data are
data frames that are received from the subscribed
websocket. This does not include any ping-pong
frames that are used to maintain the connection.
1. Assume you create one
subscription on midnight June 1st.
This subscription receives an average
of 1MB worth of data per day.
This table summaries the
total charges for the month:
||720Hrs * $0.012
||30Dys * 1MB * $0.001
2. Assume you create four
subscriptions on midnight June 1st.
But halfway through the month you need connect
to additional servers. You allocate an additional
20 subscriptions. Each subscription receives
1MB of data per hour. This
table summaries the total charges for the month:
||1440Hrs * $0.012
||8640Hrs * $0.012
||10080Hrs * 1MB * $0.001