There is no charge for using Amazon FreeRTOS. The Amazon FreeRTOS operating system and software libraries are released under the MIT open source license, a permissive license with limited restrictions on reuse. To learn more about the MIT open source license, click here. To learn more about the AWS open source community, please click here.

You may incur additional charges with Amazon FreeRTOS if your applications utilize other AWS services or transfer data. For example, if a device running Amazon FreeRTOS connects to AWS IoT Core, you will be billed for the use of that service.

For details on AWS service pricing, see the pricing sections of the relevant AWS service detail pages. Links to pricing for some of the commonly used services are listed below.

Additional charges

AWS IoT Core (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device is connected to the AWS IoT Core)

AWS IoT Device Management (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device receives code-signed updates)

AWS Greengrass (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device is connected to AWS Greengrass Core)

Data transfer (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device initiates external data transfers to AWS, they will be charged at the EC2 data transfer rate)

Amazon S3 (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device uses S3 for storage, requests, and data transfer)

Amazon DynamoDB (If an Amazon FreeRTOS device uses DynamoDB for data storage, throughput capacity, and data transfer)

Additional pricing resources

TCO Calculator

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Simple Monthly Calculator

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Economics Resource Center

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