Provision Elasticsearch clusters on-demand. Never think about machines and never install software. We give you the connection details, and you're good to go!
|RAM||320 MB||512 MB - 32 GB||512 MB - 32 GB|
|Included storage||256 MB||10 GB - 640 GB||10 GB - 640 GB|
|Number of nodes||1||1||3|
|One click upgrades to new versions|
|Switch between plans seamlessly|
|Performance graphs & Logs|
|Encryption at rest|
|Sandbox||320 MB||256 MB||€ 0.00|
|Starter 512M||512 MB||10 GB||€ 7.20|
|Starter 1G||1 GB||20 GB||€ 14.40|
|Starter 2G||2 GB||40 GB||€ 28.80|
|Starter 4G||4 GB||80 GB||€ 57.60|
|Starter 8G||8 GB||160 GB||€ 115.20|
|Starter 16G||16 GB||320 GB||€ 230.40|
|Starter 32G||32 GB||640 GB||€ 460.80|
|Business 512M||512 MB||10 GB||€ 31.25|
|Business 1G||1 GB||20 GB||€ 62.50|
|Business 2G||2 GB||40 GB||€ 125.00|
|Business 4G||4 GB||80 GB||€ 250.00|
|Business 8G||8 GB||160 GB||€ 500.00|
|Business 16G||16 GB||320 GB||€ 1,000.00|
|Business 32G||32 GB||640 GB||€ 2,000.00|
We use the Gigabyte-Hour (GB·h) unit measure for disk usage. This is a storage unit that sums, for each hour, the number of stored gigabytes on the disk.
This means that we monitor how much data is being used every hour. This metric represents your database disk usage in GB·h.
With your selected plan, comes an estimated included storage in GB. In practice, this included storage is calculated in GB·h.
At the end of each month, we will sum up the total amount of GB·h used by your database.
If this sum is over your monthly included storage, each extra GB·h will be billed with the following rates:
- 0.007€/Gigabyte-hour for Starter plans
- 0.014€/Gigabyte-hour for Business plans (if data is replicated 2 times, by default)
- 0.021€/Gigabyte-hour for Business plans (if data is replicated 3 times)
When it comes to Elasticsearch, we will consider that it fits in the 2-nodes cluster tier for over quota, despite Elasticsearch being a 3-nodes cluster for deployments.
This is because, for Elasticsearch, the data is only replicated 2 times by default, but it’s dispatched within the 3-nodes.
For example, if you store 10GB of data, this data will be replicated twice making it 20GB, and this replicated data will be dispatched equally between the 3-nodes cluster of Elasticsearch.
However, users are able to manually change the data replication to 3 times instead of 2, and this would make Elasticsearch over quota billed as a 3-nodes cluster at a price of 0.021€/Gigabyte-hour for Business plans.