Calculating how many pipelines you have, or may need, is straightforward. The example below describes 2 unique Amazon Advertising profile accounts. Each account equals a data pipeline.
Let's assume you have 10 Amazon Advertising account profiles in the US. This will require 10 Amazon Sponsored Product data pipelines, one per advertiser profile:
You have 10 Amazon Ads Advertiser Profiles
You have a total of 10 Amazon Sponsored Product data pipelines
Let's extend our example to include collecting Vendor Retail Analytics data for 10 Amazon Vendor Central US accounts.
You have ten Amazon Sponsored Product pipelines
You have ten Amazon Vendor Central Retail Analytics data pipelines
10 Amazon Ads + 10 Amazon Vendor pipelines total 20 data pipelines
Our pay-as-you-go pricing offers on-demand rates per pipeline, per day. The monthly cost for 10 Amazon Ads and 10 Vendor Central pipelines, is less than $13 per day.
You have 20 daily pipelines (10 Amazon Ads + 10 Vendor Central).
All 20 Amazon data pipelines are running every day, for 30 days.
10 Amazon Ads + 10 Amazon Vendor Central pipelines
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The frequent questions for billing, pricing, and definitions.
We offer several different pricing plans based on the type of data connectors and destinations you want to activate. In addition to a base plan cost, you are only charged for active data pipeline(s), per day. The combination of the base plan cost and the count of active daily pipelines determines the amount you are charged each month. For more details on this topic, see the doc How Pricing and Billing Work .
Each Openbridge plan is priced according to the type and quantity of data pipelines. What is a data pipeline? A data pipeline reflects a connector from a specific data source to a target data destination.
For example, you have two Facebook pages you want to collect insights data from and deliver to BigQuery. Each page would reflect a unique resource. These two resources would equal two data pipelines, one for each Facebook page ID delivered to BigQuery.
Another example is Amazon Advertising. If you have ten Amazon Advertising profiles that you want to deliver to AWS Redshift, this would equal ten data pipelines, one for each Amazon Advertising profile ID.
In many cases, it will be minutes. For 3rd party integrations, it will typically take 24-48 hours to set up and run. However, that timing can vary depending on a few variables. For example, there may be individual permissions, contracts, or setup required by a vendor that is outside our control which can impact timing.
We offer a 30-day, no credit card required, free trial. You will not be asked for a credit card before you start your trial, nor will you be charged during the trial. There will not be any charges unless you decide to order the service at the end of your trial. During this time, you will have access to either standard or premium data integrations or destinations according to your selected plan.
You can add as many as you need. If you manage a large number of accounts and want to consolidate the data from each, reach out to us for some tips and best practices on how best to set up that type of configuration.
We offer several connectors and destinations as "Standard" services. All plans include these types of services. Another tier of connector and destination are offered as "Premium" services.
Premium services are more complex, advanced, and require additional development resources. A premium connector or destination will be marked as such with the required .
Enterprise, or third-party integrations, which are only available to users with Enterprise plans. Pricing for Enterprise varies according to each vendor's procedures and policies.
No, there are no charges from Openbridge for your data lake or cloud warehouse. Any charges are directly billed by the data lake or warehouse provider (i.e., Amazon, Google, Microsoft, or Snowflake). They will directly bill you.
Yes, you can change your plans in the plan and billing portal. If you downgrade a plan it may impact active data pipelines.
At the end of the 30-day trial, you must switch to a paid plan to continue service. If you do not proceed with a paid plan, any integrations you set up will be paused. The data we collect and delivered will remain in your data lake or warehouse.