Billing and usage reporting for S3 buckets - Amazon Simple Storage Service
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Billing and usage reporting for S3 buckets

When using Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), you don't have to pay any upfront fees or commit to how much content you'll store. As with the other Amazon Web Services (Amazon) services, you pay as you go and pay only for what you use.

Amazon provides the following reports for Amazon S3:

  • Billing reports – Multiple reports that provide high-level views of all of the activity for the Amazon services that you're using, including Amazon S3. Amazon always bills the owner of the S3 bucket for Amazon S3 fees, unless the bucket was created as a Requester Pays bucket. For more information about Requester Pays, see Using Requester Pays buckets for storage transfers and usage. For more information about billing reports, see Amazon Billing reports for Amazon S3.

  • Usage report – A summary of activity for a specific service, aggregated by hour, day, or month. You can choose which usage type and operation to include. You can also choose how the data is aggregated. For more information, see Amazon usage report for Amazon S3.

The following topics provide information about billing and usage reporting for Amazon S3.