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Starting from 2nd October 2017, Amazon will be charging customers per second instead of per hour. This will be applied to a number of their services, including:
- EC2 instances
- EBS volumes
- EMR (Elastic MapReduce) big data processing
- AWS Batch
- Elastic GPUs
- Provisioned IOPS
This will be welcome news for many of Amazon’s customers who have had to run complex management systems to get value for money on sub-hour workflows. A billing change like this ensures customers can be more flexible and save money when using EC2 instances for tasks not suited for AWS Lamba.
Have you been waiting for per-second billing? Have you switched back to using EC2 instances since this change? Please comment below.