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Billing service (Databricks)


To configure Billing services refer to Configuring Unravel Billing service.Billing Service

From the Billing tab, you can track the charges of Unravel for its support for Databricks. Unravel supports tracking usage in DBUs (Databricks units) and instance hours.

Generating billing report
  1. On Unravel UI, click manage-icon.png and select Unravel Billing.

  2. Click schedule.png and select a month to view the billing report. The following details are displayed:




    1. Billing Plan

    On the left, this section displays the details of the billing plan.


    pay-in-advance or pay-as-you-go plan.

    Start Date

    The start date of the plan.

    End Date

    The end date of the plan.

    Starting Credit

    Only shown when the plan is pay-in-advance. Indicates the amount of money paid in advance for the plan.

    2. Billing Trends

    In this section, the billing trends and details are displayed.

    Billing from - to

    The time period for which the billing report is generated.


    When the plan is pay-in-advance, this field shows either the amount deducted from credits or the outstanding amount after all the credit has been used. When the plan is pay-as-you-go, this field shows the outstanding amount.

    Pricing Plan

    A pre-negotiated plan. Either pay-in-advance or pay-as-you-go.

    Total Usage

    Total consumed DBU or Instance hours.

    Total Cost

    The total cost for the current billing period based on the usage and the billing unit (DBU or instance hours)

    Beginning Credit

    In the case of a pay-in-advance plan, this is the credit balance at the beginning of the month.

    Remaining credit

    The remaining credit amount for the selected period.

    Outstanding Amount

    The amount to be paid for a current billing period. In the case of a pay-in-advance plan, this amount is shown only if the current bill amount has surpassed the available credit.

    Billing graph

    The billing trends over a period of time are graphically shown.

    In the case of pay-in-advance plans, this graph shows the trend of the remaining credits and outstanding amounts.

    In the case of pay-as-you-go plans, this graph shows the trend only for the outstanding amount.

    The outstanding amount is represented in orangebar.png bars, and the remaining credits are represented in bluebar.png bars. You can hover over a bar to view the details of the remaining credits and outstanding amounts. You can also select and zoom in on a section in the graph. Click Reset Zoom to zoom out of a section.

    3. Billing report

    The billing report is provided in a tabular format for each day. In the case of DBU, you can further expand a day to see the DBU unit cost for each workload type, the DBU usage by workload type, and the cost by each workload type.


    The daily billing report is generated on the next day (after the current day is over).


    The date on which the Unravel service is charged for usage.


    The total number of clusters monitored by Unravel, which is considered in the cost calculation for a day.


    The total number of nodes across the monitored clusters.

    DBU / Instance hours

    Total number of DBU or instance hours calculated from the nodes across the clusters.


    The cost incurred per day, which is calculated based on the total number of DBU or instance hours.

Downloading the billing report
  1. On Unravel UI, click manage-icon.png and select Unravel Billing.

  2. From the lower right corner of the page, click download.png. The billing report is downloaded in CSV format.