• Ningxia Region

    Amazon EBS General Purpose (gp2) volumes

    ¥ 0.664 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Provisioned IOPS SSD(io1) volumes

    ¥ 0.764 per GB-month of provisioned storage
    ¥ 0.399 per provisioned IOPS-month

    Amazon EBS Throughput Optimized HDD (st1) provisioned storage

    ¥ 0.299 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Cold HDD (sc1) provisioned storage

    ¥ 0.166 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Magnetic volumes

    ¥ 0.364 per GB-month of provisioned storage
    ¥ 0.364 per 1 million I/O requests

    Amazon EBS Snapshots to Amazon S3

    ¥ 0.277 per GB-month of data stored

  • Beijing Region

    Amazon EBS General Purpose (gp2) volumes

    ¥ 0.746 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Provisioned IOPS SSD(io1) volumes

    ¥ 0.858 per GB-month of provisioned storage
    ¥ 0.448 per provisioned IOPS-month

    Amazon EBS Throughput Optimized HDD (st1) provisioned storage

    ¥ 0.336 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Cold HDD (sc1) provisioned storage

    ¥ 0.187 per GB-month of provisioned storage

    Amazon EBS Magnetic volumes

    ¥ 0.409 per GB-month of provisioned storage
    ¥ 0.409 per 1 million I/O requests

    Amazon EBS Snapshots to Amazon S3

    ¥ 0.311 per GB-month of data stored

Amazon EBS currently supports up to 64,000 IOPS per Provisioned IOPS volume. Volume storage for EBS Provisioned IOPS SSD (io1) volumes is charged by the amount you provision in GB per month, until you release the storage. With Provisioned IOPS SSD (io1) volumes, you are also charged by the amount you provision in IOPS (input/output operations per second) multiplied by the percentage of days you provision for the month.

IOPS are a unit of measure representing input/output operations per second. The operations are measured in KiB, and the underlying drive technology determines the maximum amount of data that a volume type will count as a single I/O. I/O size is capped at 256 KiB for SSD volumes and 1,024 KiB for HDD volumes because SSD volumes handle small or random I/O much more efficiently than HDD volumes. When small I/O operations are physically contiguous, Amazon EBS attempts to merge them into a single I/O up to the maximum size. For example, for SSD volumes, a single 1,024 KiB I/O operation would count as 4 operations, while 256 I/O operations at 4 KiB each would count as 256 operations. For HDD-backed volumes, both a single 1,024 KiB I/O operation and 8 sequential 128 KiB operations would count as one operation. However, 8 random 128 KiB I/O operations would count as 8 operations. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to monitor your throughput and I/O sizes.

Intended Usage and Restrictions

Your use of this service is subject to the AWS Customer Agreement.