Site24x7 CloudSpend pricing tier

No minimum price. Pay based on your AWS bills.

Tier*(AWS Bill)


Up to $3,000/month Free
$3,000 to $100,000/month 0.8% of AWS bill (Billed monthly)
Above $100,000/month 0.5% of AWS bill (Billed monthly)

*Aggregate charges incurred by all payer accounts within the CloudSpend subscription.

Licensing Model

We offer a pay-as-you-go licensing model for your cloud cost management software with added advantages like the following. Check out other questions you may have at our exclusive help documentation on the CloudSpend licensing model.

  1. Free trial without a credit card
  2. Competitive pricing
  3. Cancel anytime


The following features are provided in the CloudSpend cost management console for all pricing tiers.

  • Budgets: Create and manage multiple cost budgets
  • Reporting: Schedule dashboard views for delivery
  • Business units: Create and manage multiple business units
  • Data retention schedules: Daily bill aggregates are available for 1 year; Monthly bill aggregates are available for 3 years
  • User management: Add and manage multiple users
  • Alerting: Receive email notifications on cost budgets
  • Filter/group data: Slice and dice costs by multiple dimensions

Frequently asked questions

1. How does CloudSpend pricing work?
Pricing example 1

Let's assume that you have integrated three standalone master (payer) accounts—Internal IT, Production, and Development with Site24x7 CloudSpend. We calculate the monthly costs for CloudSpend using our pricing tier as follows.

AWS bill for March

  • Internal IT: $636.64/mo
  • Production: $1,500.35/mo
  • Development: $800.90/mo

In this example, the total aggregate AWS bill at the end of the month is $2,937.89 ($636.64 + $1,500.35 + $800.90) that is lower than our pricing tier. Therefore, the total Site24x7 CloudSpend charge is $0.

Pricing example 2

Let's assume a similar example for the month of April

AWS bill for April

  • Internal IT: $1,000.56/mo
  • Production: $3,500.24/mo
  • Development: $2198.79/mo

In this example, the total aggregate AWS bill at the end of the month is $6,699.59/mo that meets our pricing tier, resulting in a total charge of $29.60/mo ($6,699.59 — $3, 000) * 0.008).

During your 30-day free trial, you can integrate upto five payer accounts with Site24x7 CloudSpend. However, for each payer account, a maximum of three month's items in the AWS Cost and Usage Report (from the day of integration) will only be parsed and populated in the views.

To upgrade, you can either provide credit card information, or generate an invoice online to buy purchase order (PO) credits.

Yes. You can get in touch with our support team at that will help you backfill historical cost and usage data that your payer account accrued before the evaluation period.

As long as the cumulative monthly charge for your payer account is below $3,000, you don't need to. However, if it exceeds $3,000, your account will be moved to a downgraded state. We recommend you upgrade, so you can continue to visualize and manage AWS costs without any interruptions.

We won't capture any new updates to the AWS Cost and Usage report. Also, your ability to integrate new payer accounts, as well as create new budgets and business units will be limited. Before your account is downgraded, we will send you email providing details on how to upgrade so you can continue to efficiently manage your AWS and cloud costs.

Additionally, if the downgraded account has no activity for 30 days, the account billing data alone will be removed. Nevertheless, the configuration details like billing configuration, reports, budgets, or any cost analytics performed previously will be available for reference.

PO Credits are a form of advanced payment. You can generate an invoice on the Zoho Payments portal for any number of credits. With Site24x7 CloudSpend you pay based on your AWS bill. The rate you are charged depends on which pricing tier your bill meets. PO credits are applied to your CloudSpend charges to cover your cost.

No. PO credits are not time-sensitive. We will transfer unused credits to the next billing cycle.

This indicates a negative credit balance. We will downgrade your account if negative credit balance exceeds six times more than the previous month's charge.

Our billing cycle begins on the 15th of each month.

Let's assume you upgrade your account on May 10. Your billing cycle will begin on May 15 and end on June 14. On June 15, a charge will be applied to your credit card or PO credits calculated from your AWS bill for May and that reflects the pricing tier you meet.

Let's assume your evaluation period ended on May 30, and you upgrade your account on August 1. Your first billing cycle will begin on August 15, and it will contain CloudSpend charges for both June and July. Note: Charges only apply if the monthly AWS bill for June or July meets our pricing tier.