Cost - Quota Monitor on AWS

Cost

You are responsible for the cost of the AWS services used while running the AWS Limit Monitor. The total cost for running this solution depends on the interval at which you run the AWS Lambda functions, and the number of accounts you monitor, and whether you use this solution to monitor vCPU-based instance quotas.

If you do not use this solution to monitor vCPU quotas, as of March 2021, the cost for running this solution in your primary account in US East (N. Virginia) with the default configurations is less than $2.00 per month, and approximately $0.50 per month per secondary account.

If you use this solution to monitor vCPU quotas, as of March 2021, the cost for running this solution in your primary account in US East (N. Virginia) with the default configurations is less than $6.00 per month, and approximately $4.00 per month per secondary account.

Prices are subject to change. For full details, see the pricing webpage for each AWS service you will be using in this solution.

Table 1: Monthly cost for AWS services when not monitoring vCPU quotas

AWS service Monthly cost
Primary account Secondary account
AWS Lambda ~$0.50 ~$0.50
Amazon DynamoDB $1.50 n/a
Total cost ~$2.00 ~$0.50

Table 2: Monthly cost for AWS services when monitoring vCPU quotas

AWS service Monthly cost
Primary account Secondary account
AWS Lambda $3.50 $3.00
Amazon DynamoDB $1.50 n/a
Amazon CloudWatch ~$1.00 ~$1.00
Total cost ~$6.00 ~$4.00

Prices are subject to change. For full details, refer to the pricing webpage for each AWS service you will be using in this solution.