How Azure cost for an AppService?

Prathmesh Chopade 0 Reputation points
2023-07-12T12:59:15.6733333+00:00

Hi,

There is only 1 App service is running.
I have scaled up to B1 plan for my App Service on 9 July 2023.
and on 10 July it costs me 82.75 INR and on 11 July cost is around 212.33 INR.
And then I stopped an app service at 11 July 8 PM after that there is no resource use.
please find same in below image.

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I have few questions:

  1. How much mac it can cost per day for B1 plan?
  2. as B1 plan is for 4299 INR, so will it cost more that this? if all resources used?
  3. If my app service is stopped, then average how much should it cost per day?

Please help me to understand this points.

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  1. Pramod Valavala 20,511 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2023-07-12T20:02:10.75+00:00

    @Prathmesh Chopade Firstly, the charge is actually for your app service plan and not your application itself. So even when you stop your web app, you will still be charged for the resources allocated.

    Also, note that there will be additional charges for supporting resources as needed like Azure Monitor. Please feel free to read this doc that explains costs for App Service.

    So, here are the answers to your questions,

    How much mac it can cost per day for B1 plan?

    You will be charged if you have an app service plan created (other than free) and it is prorated to the second.

    as B1 plan is for 4299 INR, so will it cost more that this? if all resources used?

    I assume this is the monthly price shown on the pricing page. If so, this is the amount you should expect at the end of the month for your app service plan.

    If my app service is stopped, then average how much should it cost per day?

    The plan itself cannot be stopped. You will be billed if it is not deleted.

    Some of these questions are also covered in the FAQ section of the pricing page.

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