InfluxDB Cloud plans

InfluxDB Cloud offers a Free Plan, a Usage-Based Plan to pay as you go, and a discounted Annual Plan.

Free Plan

All new InfluxDB Cloud accounts start with Free Plan that provides a limited number of resources and data usage. See plan limits.

Usage-Based Plan

The Usage-Based Plan offers more flexibility and ensures you only pay for what you use. Usage-Based Plans are based on consumption as measured by usage on the pricing vectors.

Usage-Based Plans also offer access to all notification endpoints such as PagerDuty, Slack, HTTP, and endpoints available in Flux.

Pricing vectors

The Usage-Based Plan uses the following pricing vectors to calculate InfluxDB Cloud billing costs:

  • Data out is the total sum of the data (measured in GB) returned to the user to answer a query, also known as data transfer costs.
  • Query count is the total number of individual query operations:
    • Each individual operation—including queries, tasks, alerts, notifications, and Data Explorer activity—is one billable query operation.
    • Refreshing a dashboard with multiple cells will incur multiple query operations.
    • Failed operations aren’t counted.
  • Data In is the amount of data you’re writing into InfluxDB (measured in MB).
  • Storage is the amount of data you’re storing in InfluxDB (measured in GB/hour).

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Annual Plan

An Annual Plan offers a discount for a commitment to a specific amount of usage over set period of time. This plan uses the same pricing vectors and calculation methodology as Usage-Based Plans.

Interested in an Annual Plan? Reach out to InfluxData Sales.

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Linux Package Signing Key Rotation

All signed InfluxData Linux packages have been resigned with an updated key. If using Linux, you may need to update your package configuration to continue to download and verify InfluxData software packages.

For more information, see the Linux Package Signing Key Rotation blog post.

State of the InfluxDB Cloud (IOx) documentation

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