Cube Cloud Pricing



Minimum commit: $99/mo

Great for getting started and trying Cube

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Everything in Cube Core, plus:
  • Fully-hosted, secure, 
optimized - AWS/GCP
  • Optimized integrations
  • Dev tools & team workspaces
  • Observability & high-availability

  • 50k per day query limit
Support included
  • Community Slack



Minimum commit: $12K/year

Ideal for basic, small-scale production use

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Everything in Starter, plus:
  • 99.950% SLA
  • AWS, GCP, and Azure
  • Okta
  • Dedicated VPC
Support included
  • Community Slack
  • Chat & Email



Minimum commit: $18K/year

Perfect for deployments that need security and observability

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Everything in Premium, plus:
  • 99.990% SLA
  • VPC Peering
  • Logs / Metrics Export
  • RBAC
Support Included
  • Community Slack
  • Chat & Email
  • Dedicated CSM

Enterprise Premier

Customized pricing based on your specific business needs

Mission-critical, large-scale production deployments

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Everything in Enterprise, plus:
  • 99.995% SLA
  • Multi-cluster Deployment
  • Custom Domains
  • Elastic Integration
  • kSQL
Support included
  • Community Slack
  • Chat & Email
  • Dedicated CSM
  • Fastest response times

What is a Cube Compute Unit?

Pay for what you use and only for what you use. 
Cube Compute Units precisely and transparently measure resource consumption, so that you maintain complete control over usage and spending.
Compute Unit ComponentsCCUs per hour

Production Cluster

  • Perfect for production workloads
  • Includes 1 Cube Refresh Worker; 2 Cube Store Routers for high-availability
  • Starts with 2 Cube API Instances (but you can add more)

Development Instance

  • For development and testing only
  • Single process instance; not scalable

Cube Store Worker

  • For increased performance, add compute resources
  • A minimum of 2 Cube Store Workers is required for pre-aggregations
  • Rough estimate: Approx. 2 workers per 4 gigs of pre-aggregated data per day

Additional Cube API Instances

  • For additional query capacity (i.e., peak load; complex query types or schemas)
  • Rough estimate: 1 API per 5-10 RPS served

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