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All prices in USD for US regions. Contact us for EU pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is Rockset priced?
Rockset's pricing is usage-based. Rockset charges for the compute consumed for ingest, transformation and queries as well as the hot storage consumed after data has been indexed and compressed.
How does Rockset charge for ingest?
Rockset ingests data in two different modes. A one-time bulk ingest mode for the initial data load from your source, and a streaming ingest mode for capturing new documents, updates and deletes coming from your source.

Rockset supports high speed bulk ingest for accelerating initial data loads over 5GB from data lakes and certain databases. Bulk ingest is charged based on compute consumed and is only available on Dedicated Virtual Instances.

After the initial load, data is kept in sync via streaming ingest, which is processed by your Virtual Instance, so there are no additional charges.
How does Rockset charge for storage?
Rockset charges per GB-month based on the amount of hot storage used for indexed data. Rockset reduces the storage footprint of indexes 10-100x with rollups, transformations and advanced compression techniques. It also offers the ability to index only a subset of data needed for real-time analytics, such as specific fields in MongoDB collections, DynamoDB tables or S3 buckets, and ages data out with time-based retention.
How can I reduce costs?
Rollups are an effective way to reduce cost. They’re a special type of SQL transformation that enables you to pre-aggregate data as it is ingested. This has two cost-reduction benefits: reduced storage size because only the aggregated data is stored and indexed, and improved query performance because the metrics you care about have been precomputed at ingestion time.

To further reduce the amount of data you store, Rockset provides automatic data lifecycle management in the form of retention policies based on timestamps. You can leverage this functionality to remove data when it reaches a predetermined age. This will help you optimize your storage costs out of the box.

Are volume discounts available ?
Yes. We offer discounts with annual commitments. Contact us to learn more.
What is the difference between Shared Virtual Instances and Dedicated Virtual Instances?
Shared Virtual Instances provide shared compute and memory resources. As a result, your query performance will vary based on usage from other accounts. They are ideal for development, testing, and low-traffic applications. Dedicated Virtual Instances provide dedicated compute and memory resources, ensuring consistent query performance. They are recommended for running production applications.
What is the difference between the free forever plan and the other shared compute plans?
Rockset has a free plan for users who store fewer than 2GB of data. Rockset's other shared compute plans are paid plans that support up to 100GB of data.
Do you offer Service Level Agreements?
Yes, we provide a reliability SLA for users building production applications. Contact us to learn more about our reliability SLA.
In which AWS regions is Rockset available?
Rockset is available in us-west-2, us-east-1 and eu-central-1 regions. If you’re interested in other regions, please contact us.
How is Rockset priced for European deployments?
All prices are in USD for US regions. Rockset is also available in the Frankfurt region. Contact us for EU pricing.
How does Rockset secure my data?
Rockset is provisioned behind AWS Virtual Private Cloud. Unencrypted data will never be sent outside of Rockset’s VPC. Data sent to and from Rockset is encrypted via SSL/TLS certificates, which is managed by AWS Certificate Manager. All data at rest in Rockset is always encrypted and stored in AWS EBS Volume Manager, local solid-state drives or S3. In all cases, the encryption keys are managed by AWS Key Management Service (KMS).
Do you provide technical support?
For product feature inquiries and API integrations, please join our community. We also offer business support with annual commitments. Contact us to learn more.