Simple pricing with flexibility that scales
Serverless architecture with a free allocation every month. Pay only for what you use.
Free Monthly Allocation
72 hours/month of free compute time
250Mb MySQL Storage259,292,566 ms/month of free compute time. As an example usage, this allocation equates to 1 req every second or 2.5 million events for services executing within 100ms each.
Compute Time Pricing
$0.0000020016/100 ms(Equates to $2.00 per million @ 100ms each)
- Unlimited Microservices
- 512 Mb Service Execution Memory
- Expert Email Support
- 24x7 Monitoring
250Mb to 5GB - $9.99/GB/Month
- High Availability (Multi-region Automatic Failover)
- SSD Storage
- Daily Database Backups
- (No credit card details required)
Average Execution Time (ms)
Number of Events
* Displayed price estimate includes monthly free allocation. Prices shown calculated for 30 day period. NOTE: Eventn is billed based on calendar months and hence actual billed values may differ.
Enterprise & Custom Plans
Dedicated enterprise-grade production instances. Add Eventn to your enterprise architecture to support robust, secure and highly scalable HTTP services.
- Dedicated Infrastructure
- Fixed Cost Billing
- Custom Service Memory Allocation
- Custom and Self-hosted Databases
- Multi-zone deployments
- Dedicated 24x7 Support & alerting
- Guaranteed SLA
- Custom Node.js Modules
How is the service execution timed and billed?
Service execution time is billed in 100ms increments and rounded up. Service execution time is measured from when your code starts running until is completes or otherwise terminates. The free allocation is deducted from the total monthly service execution time.
How much memory is allocated to service execution?
As default, services run with 512 Mb of memory allocated for code execution. Need more? Contact us.
How do your billing cycles work?
Eventn bills by calendar month. This means that in any given month the bill you receive will be for the previous month of use, not the current one (similar to the way phone services work).