Usage Information

You can view your account usage information in "Usage Information". Click on your User menu from the top right and select "Usage Information" to access it.

Usage Information is the summary of all the usage of the following categories:

  • Projects
  • Licenses
  • Flows
  • Files
  • AI Models
  • InfoTypes

Each category's stats are divided into 3 columns

  • Current month
  • Previous month
  • Current State

Usage information is calculated for all projects where the user has an "Owner" or "Admin" privilege for the project.

Projects

Projects Usage consists of:

  • Projects (Free) (Number of Free projects)
  • Projects (Enterprise) (Number of Enterprise projects)

The "Current State" column displays the current number of existing Free or Enterprise projects.

Note: If a Project (Free) was created in the given month and was converted to Project (Enterprise) in that month, it would only be counted as 0 Project (Free) and 1 Project (Enterprise) for the given month; but if the Project (Free) was created in the previous month and was converted to Project (Enterprise) in the next month, it would be counted as 1 Project (Free) and 0 Project (Enterprise) in the previous month and 0 Project (Free) and 1 Project (Enterprise) in the given month.

Licenses

License Usage consists of the following License Status:

  • Issued (Number of Issued Licenses)
  • Registered (Number of Registered Licenses)
  • Deleted (Number of Deleted Licenses)

Usage is displayed for all the projects (All Projects) and for each project separately (Project Name).

The "Current State" column displays the current number of each License Status.

Note: If the same License was Issued, Registered and Deleted in the same month, it would be counted as 1 Issued, 1 Registered, 1 Deleted for that month. Assuming that is the only License in a Project, the Current State of the License would be 0 Issued, 0 Registered, 1 Deleted.

Flows

Flow usage consists of:

  • Count (Number of Flows)
  • Deploy Count (Total number of successful Flow Deploys, which includes deploys from AWS IoT, Pelion, Heroku, and AWS Lambda)
  • Data Transfer Out (Total amount of data transferred for successful Flow Deploys)
  • Deploy to Devices (Number of successful Flow Deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion)
  • Scheduled Deploy to Devices (Number of successful deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion, that were scheduled)
  • Start Flow (Number of successful Start Flow actions)
  • Stop Flow (Number of successful Stop Flow actions)
  • Scheduled Start Flow (Number of successful Start Flow actions that were scheduled)
  • Scheduled Stop Flow (Number of successful Stop Flow actions that were scheduled)

Usage is displayed for all the projects (All Projects) and for each project separately (Project Name).

The "Current State" column displays the current state of each stat.

Files

File usage consists of:

  • Count (Number of Files)
  • Storage (Total amount of data storage used to store all files and all versions of each file)
  • Deploy Count (Total number of successful File Deploys)
  • Data Transfer Out (Total amount of data transferred for successful File Deploys)
  • Deploy to Devices (Number of successful File Deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion)
  • Scheduled Deploy to Devices (Number of successful File Deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion, that were scheduled)

Usage is displayed for all the projects (All Projects) and for each project separately (Project Name).

The "Current State" column displays the current state of each stat.

Note: Storage would be calculated based on maximum size of the File in that month, i.e. If the user updates a File with a new File with the smaller size, it would still calculate the storage based on the bigger size in that month and would count the new size only in the subsequent months.

AI Models

AI Model usage consists of:

  • Count (Number of AI models)
  • Storage (Total amount of data storage used to store all AI models and all versions of each AI Model)
  • Deploy Count (Total number of successful AI Model Deploys)
  • Data Transfer Out (Total amount of data transferred for successful AI Deploys)
  • Deploy to Devices (Number of successful AI Deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion)
  • Scheduled Deploy to Devices (Number of successful AI Deploys to devices which includes AWS IoT and Pelion, that were scheduled)

Usage is displayed for all the projects (All Projects) and for each project separately (Project Name).

The "Current State" column displays the current state of each stat.

Note: Storage would be calculated based on maximum size of the AI Model in that month, i.e. If the user updates a AI Model with a new AI Model with the smaller size, it would still calculate the storage based on the bigger size in that month and would count the new size only in the subsequent months.

InfoTypes

InfoType usage consists of:

  • Count (Number of InfoTypes)
  • Storage (Total amount of data storage used to store InfoTypes)

Usage is displayed for all the projects (All Projects) and for each project separately (Project Name).

The "Current State" column displays the current state of each stat.

Note: Storage would be calculated based on maximum size of the InfoType in that month, i.e. If the user updates a InfoType with a new InfoType with the smaller size, it would still calculate the storage based on the bigger size in that month and would count the new size only in the subsequent months.

results matching ""

    No results matching ""