AWS Data Exchange Pricing
AWS Data Exchange makes it easy for AWS customers to securely exchange and use third-party data in the cloud. Charges for using AWS Data Exchange depend on the actions you take as a data subscriber or a data provider.
Data product fees (based on pricing model)
Subscription based products: For products that support subscription pricing, you can see a list of prices varying by subscription durations that are set by the data provider on the product’s detail page. Subscriptions can be configured to bill upfront or are billed based on a schedule, along with applicable sales taxes.
Pay-as-you-go based products: For products that support pay-as-you-go pricing, you can see the pricing information on the product’s detail page. You will be billed for usage during the calendar month, along with applicable sales taxes.
Data transfer fees
Standard Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) rates apply when importing or exporting file-based assets across AWS Regions. If you use signed URLs to export file-based assets, standard transfer rates to the internet apply. For information about data transfer costs, see Amazon S3 pricing.
AWS service costs
You will incur charges for any AWS services you choose to store, process, or analyze the data products. Charges for each service are billed to your AWS account according to your pricing plan. See AWS pricing for more details.
Tiered fulfillment fees
AWS Data Exchange charges tiered fulfillment fees for revenue collections made by AWS for all new subscriptions to your data products. If you already have subscribers, you can Create Bring Your Own Subscription (BYOS) offers to migrate and fulfill pre-existing subscriptions with AWS customers at no additional cost.
Fees associated with your data products
i) Storage fees for products containing Amazon S3 objects
AWS Data Exchange charges customers to store data you load to the service. Your storage usage is measured in Byte-Hours that are added up at the end of the month to generate your monthly charges. You are charged less where AWS Data Exchange costs are less; prices are based on the size of data and on the Region, as shown below.
As an example, if you had a data set in US East (N. Virginia) containing 100 GB for all 31 days of a given month, and published another 100 TB to that data set with 16 days remaining in the month, you would have accumulated 42.3 quadrillion Byte-Hours of usage ([100 GB x 31 days x (24 hours/day)] + [100TB x 16 days x (24 hours/day)], which equals $1,217.89 in monthly storage charges (at $0.023/GB/month).
Data transfer fees
Standard S3 rates apply when importing or exporting file-based assets across AWS Regions. If you use signed URLs to export file-based assets, standard transfer rates to the internet apply. For information about data transfer costs, see Amazon S3 pricing.
ii) Amazon Redshift fees for products containing Amazon Redshift datashares
You may incur additional charges from Amazon Redshift to set up and use AWS Data Exchange for Amazon Redshift products. For information about Amazon Redshift data transfer charges, see Amazon Redshift pricing.
iii) Amazon API Gateway fees for products containing API data sets
You may incur additional charges from API Gateway when using AWS Data Exchange for APIs. For information about additional charges, see Amazon API Gateway pricing.