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command. Also, assume that I just have one resource for the moment for simplicity’s sake. 1. besides
, are there any other operations that would draw down on the number of credits I have? 2. if I run
twice, and the first duration is 3s, and then second is 10s, does that equate to 1 hour at the end of the month (3s + 10s = 13s, which in total is a “partial hour”)… or 2 hours, with each of 3s and 10s counting as individual separate “partial hours”? https://www.pulumi.com/pricing/ says
, but the definition of a “partial hour” could be clarified
Each partial hour used is billed as a full hour.
prehistoric-activity-6102304/14/2022, 9:33 AM
) does not affect the billing. Duration of
doesn’t matter either.
A Pulumi Credit is the price for managing one resource for one hour. If using the Team Edition, each credit costs $0.00025. For billing purposes, we count any resource that’s declared in a Pulumi program. This includes provider resources (e.g., an Amazon S3 bucket), component resources which are groupings of resources (e.g., an Amazon EKS cluster), and stacks which contain resources (e.g., dev, test, prod stacks).
You consume one Pulumi Credit to manage each resource for an hour. For example, one stack containing one S3 bucket and one EC2 instance is three resources that are counted in your bill.
150,000 credits represent approximately 200 resources managed for a month. So, for example, you could manage 200 S3 buckets or 200 EC2 instances for a month using this amount.
200 resources * 24h a day * 30 days in a month = 144 000 credits ~ 150k credits
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