This document describes all the billable items of TDSQL-C for MySQL.
|Billable Item||Description||Charge Applicable||Supported Billing Mode|
|Compute node||Charged upon purchase/use|
|Charged upon purchase/use|
|Backup storage space||Free of charge for now||Pay-as-you-go|
|Database audit||Charged upon purchase/use||Pay-as-you-go|
|Billing Mode||Supported Engine||Payment Mode||Use Case|
|Monthly subscription||MySQL||Prepaid. You need to pay the fees when creating an instance.||It is more cost-effective in the long term for businesses with stable needs than pay-as-you-go billing. Moreover, the longer a service is purchased, the less it costs.|
|Pay-as-you-go||MySQL||Postpaid. You can apply for resources for on-demand use and will be charged based on the actual usage of resources upon settlement.||It is suitable for businesses that may fluctuate greatly and instantaneously. In this mode, instances can be released immediately after use to save costs.|
|Serverless||MySQL||Postpaid. You can set the maximum and minimum computing power values as needed first, but you will be charged based on the actual usage of computing and storage resources upon settlement.||It is suitable for business scenarios with low frequency and uncertain load such as development and testing.
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