With AWS Clean Rooms, you pay for the compute capacity of queries you run. If you create or join a clean room with other participating AWS accounts, you are only charged for the queries that you run in the collaboration. You are not charged for queries run by other participants.
Note: Pricing varies by Region.
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With AWS Clean Rooms, you only pay for the compute capacity of queries that you run. AWS Clean Rooms automatically scales up or down to meet your query workload demands and shuts down during periods of inactivity, saving you administration time and costs. AWS Clean Rooms measures compute capacity in Clean Rooms Processing Units (CRPUs). You pay for the workloads you run in CRPU-hours on a per-second basis (with a 60-second minimum charge). The base capacity for AWS Clean Rooms collaborations is 32 CRPUs—this capacity can scale up or down automatically based on usage patterns. AWS Clean Rooms pricing varies by Region.
Region: US East (N. Virginia) US East (Ohio), US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Asia Paciﬁc (Seoul), Asia Paciﬁc (Singapore), Asia Paciﬁc (Sydney), Asia Paciﬁc (Tokyo), Europe (Frankfurt), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), and Europe (Stockholm)
You want to run aggregate queries that need to be processed 3 times from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in an AWS Clean Rooms collaboration in US East (N. Virginia), with an average job completion time of 2 minutes and 30 seconds. AWS Clean Rooms is using default capacity of 32 CRPUs to run the queries.
The following table summarizes your total usage for the day:
|Query execution period||The query was run 3 times from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., each taking 2 minutes and 30 seconds = 7 minutes and 30 seconds = 450 seconds/3600 = 0.125 hours|
|Capacity used||32 CRPUs|
|Daily charges||$2.64 = (0.125 hours x 32 CRPUs * $0.656 per CRPU-hour)|
|Yearly charges||$963.6 = $2.64 * 365|
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