Pricing for DataSphere
What goes into the cost of using DataSphere
When using the DataSphere service, you pay for the actual use of computing resources: the calculation time is charged per second.
If you do not perform computational operations in the project, the service usage time DataSphere is not charged. However, if you perform calculations using Data Proc clusters, they are charged separately. For more information, see using clusters Data Proc.
A billing measure is a one billing unit. The number of billing units spent on calculation depends on:
capacity of computing resources used;
time spent on the calculation.
The calculation time is rounded up to an integer number of seconds.
The cost of one billing unit is the cost of using 1 CPU core for 1 second. The number of units depends on computing resource configuration.
|Configuration||Units per second|
Example of cost calculation
Example of cost calculation:
- Computing resource: configuration c1.8 with 8 CPUs and 1 GPU.
- Operation execution time: 1,400 MS (rounded up to an integer number of seconds).
72 × 2 = 144 units per calculation
144 × 0.000009 = $0.001296
- 72 — number of units per configuration g1.1.
- 2 — rounded up 1,400 MS.
- $0.000009 — cost of 1 unit.
Using Data Proc clusters
The cost of using integration with the Data Proc service takes into account:
Configuration c1.4 computing resources DataSphere.
These resources are created for integration with the Data Proc cluster and are charged while the cluster is being calculated.
The entire lifetime of the cluster Data Proc according to pricing rules Yandex Data Proc.
Learn more about integration with Data Proc.
Storing data in the project
Data storage inside DataSphere is not charged within the established quotas and limits.
If you need to store large amounts of data that exceed the specified limits, use the Yandex Object Storage service. In this case, data storage will be charged according to pricing rules Object Storage.
|Number||Price per 1 second of calculation,
|Configuration||Number of units
|Price per calculation,
|c1.4 (4 vCPU, 0 GPU)||4||1 second||$0.000038|
|c1.4 (4 vCPU, 0 GPU)||4||1 minute||$0.002307|
|c1.4 (4 vCPU, 0 GPU)||4||1 hour||$0.138461|
|c1.8 (8 vCPU, 0 GPU)||8||1 second||$0.000076|
|c1.8 (8 vCPU, 0 GPU)||8||1 minute||$0.004614|
|c1.8 (8 vCPU, 0 GPU)||8||1 hour||$0.276922|
|g1.1 (8 vCPU, 1 GPU)||72||1 second||$0.000692|
|g1.1 (8 vCPU, 1 GPU)||72||1 minute||$0.041538|
|g1.1 (8 vCPU, 1 GPU)||72||1 hour||$2.492307|
|g1.4 (32 vCPU, 4 GPU)||288||1 second||$0.002768|
|g1.4 (32 vCPU, 4 GPU)||288||1 minute||$0.166152|
|g1.4 (32 vCPU, 4 GPU)||288||1 hour||$9.969228|
Performing background operations
More about background operations.
When using the service, you pay for the traffic from Yandex.Cloud to the internet. Traffic between Yandex.Cloud services and incoming internet traffic are free.
The minimum charging unit is 1 MB.
|Resource category||Cost of 1 GB, without VAT|
|Outgoing traffic, <10 GB||$0|
|Outgoing traffic, >10 GB||$0.012308|