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ScriptCoded15213173dDon't know about AWS o GCP, but with DigitalOcean you can get a $5 vps and get going
lknk107173dmy experience is, digitalocean is nice to use - really great ui/ux but limited options and rather high costs - aws is nearly free unless you really start scaling - but it didn‘t sound like that‘s your use-case. So don‘t worry it probably won‘t cost you a fortune. But i‘d suggest running it for a month and then checking costs - no calculation is as accurate as acutal real-life experience.
hitko1895172dWith AWS you'll pay $1 per million events triggered by cron, so $0.000035 per month + $0.008552 for lambda CPU and RAM (assuming your app runs for 30s each time and uses 500 MB RAM). With tax, you'll pay roughly 1 cent per month.
JonBorno85170d@hitko i just triggered the function several times over a cloudwatch eventbridge cron: max duration was 2.25 seconds, used storage was 55MB max.
using the price calculator without free tier, lambda should be free for my amount of ussage ?!
RoundUp (2250) = 2300 Duration rounded to nearest 100ms
31 requests x 2,300 ms x 0.001 ms to sec conversion factor = 71.30 total compute (seconds)
0.125 GB x 71.30 seconds = 8.91 total compute (GB-s)
8.91 GB-s x 0.0000166667 USD = 0.00 USD (monthly compute charges)
31 requests x 0.0000002 USD = 0.00 USD (monthly request charges)