Databricks on AWS pricing comes in Standard, Standard with security add on, and Enterprise packages.
Each package has different price points for Data Engineering and Data Analytics workloads.
Sue runs a daily ETL job that prepares server logs data for analysis and model training. The job runs for 2 hours daily on 10 c3.4xlarge instances.
Sue’s team also analyzes data (run ad hoc queries) with notebooks for 4 hours on 5 memory-optimized r3.xlarge instance types.
Sue’s team also uses the Databricks Operational Security add-on.
A Databricks Unit (“DBU”) is a unit of processing capability per hour, billed on per-second usage. Databricks supports many instance types, see the full list and details here.
Our free trial and standard subscription includes both Data Engineering and Data Analytics packages. You don’t need to pick one or the other. Databricks charges you different prices depending on how you use the Apache Spark clusters. You can schedule robust and fast jobs via API or UI at $0.20 per DBU and use persistent clusters for running interactive analytics with notebooks at $0.40 per DBU.
Usage is defined as running Apache Spark clusters, whether they are actively used or not.
An automated workload is defined as job that both starts and terminates the cluster on which it runs. For example, a workload may be triggered by the Databricks Job Scheduler which launches a new Apache Spark cluster solely for the job and automatically terminates the cluster after the job is complete.
An interactive workload is any workload that is not an automated workload, e.g., running a command within Databricks notebooks. These commands run on Apache Spark clusters that may persist until manually terminated. Multiple users can share a cluster for doing interactive analysis in a collaborative way.
Yes. When you choose to deploy Databricks with Databricks Operational Security, the additional charge applies to both interactive and automated workload types.
Please contact us to add Databricks Operational Security to your subscription.
The 14-day free trial gives you access to all features in the Databricks for Data Engineering and Databricks for Data Analytics, except the Databricks Operational Security Package which is an add-on. Contact us if you are interested in trying Databricks Operational Security.
During trial, AWS will bill you directly for the EC2 instances created in Databricks.
At the end of the trial, you are automatically subscribed to the Databricks Standard Plan without Databricks Enterprise Security. You can cancel your subscription at any time.
Databricks Community Edition is a free, limited functionality platform designed for anyone who wants to learn Spark. Sign up here.
Please contact us to start an Enterprise trial.
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By default, you will be billed monthly based on per-second usage on your credit card. Contact us for more billing options, such as billing by invoice or an annual plan.