How much does AWS Lambda cost?
AWS Lambda uses a pay-as-you-use model and the cost entirely depends on your usage. The calculation is based on usage ($/invocation) and duration of computing ($/hour). Every month you get 1 million invocations and 3.2M seconds of compute time for free. After that, it will cost $0.0000002 per invocation and about $0.0000166667 for every Gb/s of compute time.
How to calculate AWS Lambda cost?
The paid meter starts after your first 1 million invocations or 3.2M seconds of compute time. The cost of requests is $0.20 per 1 million requests, or $0.0000002 per request. The cost of duration is $0.00001667 for every GB-second used.
Is Lambda free in AWS?
AWS Lambda is free up to 1 million invocations and 3.2M seconds of compute time per month.
How can Dashbird help you with Lambda costs (and more)?
Dashbird is a serverless monitoring and intelligence platform designed to give organizations the confidence to build and operate complex applications on AWS environments. Unlike other serverless monitoring platforms out there, Dashbird was built specifically to monitor AWS Lambda and serverless systems. With Dashbird you can:
- Track all of your AWS Lambda usage and costs in real time
- Keep your Lambda costs down
- Reduce MTTD/R by 80%
- Have a clear overview of all your AWS monitoring data
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