The pricing for cloud logging is determined by two main factors: log ingestion and log storage.
The pricing for cloud logging varies depending on the location of the log data, with logs stored in regional locations being less expensive than logs stored in multi-regional locations.
Google Cloud offers a free tier for Cloud logging that allows users to get started with the service without incurring any costs. The free tier includes up to 50 GB of log data ingestion per month and up to 30 days of log data retention.
Beyond the free tier, users are charged based on the amount of log data ingested and stored in the service. Additionally, users may incur charges for network egress if they choose to export their log data to another service or location.
The table above outlines the pricing factors and their associated costs for Cloud logging.
Note that pricing may vary based on the location and type of storage used.
BigQuery offers two main pricing tiers: flat rate and on-demand. Each pricing tier has its own unique To estimate the cost of Cloud Logging for your project, you need to consider several factors, including the amount of log data generated by your resources, the retention period for your logs, and the location of your log data. Here are some tips for estimating your Cloud Logging costs:
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