Bodo Pricing FAQs

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How do pay-as-you-go pricing and committed use pricing work? How are they different?

Bodo offers a pay-as-you-go approach with no up-front costs on AWS. Only pay for Bodo when the platform is in use, at per second granularity. We publish our per-core-hour pricing publicly. Bodo also offers committed use pricing to help you lower your costs, with discounts when you commit to certain levels of usage, specifically, the peak number of cores used by Bodo. The larger your usage commitment, the greater your discount. This model is used for deployments outside of AWS.

How does Bodo's pricing compare to other solutions?

Customers find Bodo’s pricing compares very favorably to other data lake and warehouse solutions.
Many customers have collaborated with Bodo to build price-performance comparisons based on their specific workloads. In general, they find our CPU-hour pricing competitive with the market and our performance many times better. The savings are often used to fund migrations to Bodo and modernize their data stack.

How does compute pricing work?

Customers provision compute resources to run Bodo, paying the cloud provider directly for these compute resources.

Is pricing the same in every AWS region?


How will I be billed?

You will be billed consistent with the terms of your agreement. For pay-as-you-go, your monthly invoice is from and directly paid to the cloud provider. For committed use, Bodo bills for the full contract, subject to net 30 payment terms, upon signature.

Do my AWS discounts apply?

Yes, your AWS discounts will apply to the infrastructure provisioned in your account to run Bodo.

Do you provide technical support?

Yes, Bodo provides email-based technical support Monday through Friday. Contact us for enterprise support levels.

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