Simple and flexible pay as you grow
Scale out ondemand as your business grows - only pay for resources you use.
A few examples for you to play with:
Example Project Name
- Web $ 0.00
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a pod?
A pod is an isolated set of compute resources and pre-packaged software runtimes which are used to run your application. When you deploy your website, one pod will usually run just one service such as PHP web server. Another pod will be used to provide the MySQL service.
What form of payments do you accept?
We accept payments through Visa, MasterCard and PayPal. Each month you will receive an invoice for your usage; your credit card or PayPal account that we have on file will be billed in the next 7 days.
All charges are in Australian Dollars (AUD) inclusive of GST.
What is prepay discount?
Prepay discount gives you access to lower pricing through a Monthly Commit offering. By opting to pre-pay a fixed amount at the start of your billing period, you will receive a 20% credit bonus.
- Your baseline monthly usage is estimated to be $60/month
- You choose to prepay $50.00 per month
- Your credit balance will now cover usage costs up to $60.00
- Any usage above your $60.00 credit is billed as normal
Credit expires after each billing period and does not carry over
How is my monthly cost calculated?
Prices listed above are estimated on the approximation of 720 hours per month (30 days), so actual cost will vary from month to month.
All compute resources are billed by MiB to the minute. For example, if you are running a 512MiB web server for a 24 hours, you will only be billed for the 24 hours at the end of your billing period.
512 MiB is approximately 537 MB
Am I charged if my container is in a powered-off state?
When you scale your application to use 0 containers, you are not billed for any compute resource usage.
You will still be billed for any persistent storage allocated to these containers. Persistent storage is billed to the hour.
How does automatic scaling work?
After you enable automatic scaling, the platform will start to monitor your application's resource usage. Your application will then scale out horizontally as required, adding or removing pods depending on your application load.
Automatic scaling can be configured with CPU scaling threshold and a minimum and maximum container limit.