[R] CES19 - Assets

AWS Reserved Instances on RDS, Redshift, DynamoDB, ElastiCache

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Amazon RDS Reserved DB Instances ... enables you to reserve a DB instance for a one or three year term in any AWS region. Similar to Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances, there are three payment options for Amazon RDS reserved DB instances: No Upfront, Partial Upfront, and All Upfront. All RDS Reserved Instance types are available for Aurora, MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle and SQL Server database engines. Learn More Amazon Redshift Reserved Nodes ... presents Reserved Node pricing that is specific to the node type purchased, and remains in effect until the reservation term ends. Prices include two additional copies of data - one on the cluster nodes and one in Amazon S3. We take care of backup, durability, availability, security, monitoring, and maintenance for you. Learn More Amazon ElastiCache Reserved Nodes ... provides cache nodes that you can reserve through a low, one-time payment. In turn, you will receive a significant discount on the hourly charge for each node. Amazon ElastiCache enables you to balance the amount you pay upfront with your effective hourly price. Learn More Amazon DynamoDB Reservations ... offers reserved capacity units directly from the AWS management console. The minimum reserved capacity purchase units is now reduced 100 capacity units. For a three year term, reserved capacity provides a 76% discount and for a one year term reserved capacity provides 53% discount when compared to provisioned throughput capacity. Learn More Amazon Elasticsearch Reservations ... offers the possibility to reserve instances for one- or three-year term and get significant savings on usage costs compared to On-Demand instances (31 to 52%). Reserved Instance pricing is specific to each region and depends on the payment option and term that you select. Learn more Optimize your costs with AWS Service Reservation Models RDS Reserved DB Instances Redshift Reserved Nodes ElastiCache Reserved Nodes DynamoDB Reservations Elasticsearch Reservations Payment Options - All Upfront & Partial Upfront for 1Y and 3Y - No Upfront for 1Y - All Upfront & Partial Upfront for 1Y and 3Y - No Upfront for 1Y - All Upfront, Partial Upfront and No Upfront for 1Y and 3Y - Partial Upfront for 1Y and 3Y - All Upfront, Partial Upfront and No Upfront for 1Y and 3Y Convertible No No No No No Maximum savings 69% 75% 55% 77% 52% The Five Pillars of Cost Optimization Measuring & Monitoring Although the cloud is well suited for variable workloads and rapid deployment, many cloud-based workloads display a more predictable pattern. For these stable applications, your organization can achieve significant cost savings by using AWS Service Reservation Models. Increase Elasticity Right Sizing Your Instances Match Usage to Storage Class Pick the Right Pricing Model What is a Reserved Instance? A Reserved Instance is not a physical instance. It is a billing discount applied to the use of On-Demand Instances in your account. These On-Demand Instances must match certain attributes to benefit from the billing discount.

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