Binary Authorization pricing
This page describes pricing for Binary Authorization.
The General Availability (GA) version of Binary Authorization can be used as part of the Anthos platform or as a standalone feature, as described later in this document.
The grace period for Binary Authorization for existing customers ends September 16, 2021. After the grace period, Binary Authorization pricing described later in this document may apply.
Binary Authorization for Cloud Run pricing
Binary Authorization for Cloud Run is provided free of charge during the Preview.
Binary Authorization for Anthos pricing
Binary Authorization fees do not apply to Anthos clusters.
To learn more about Anthos (pricing), contact your sales representative to enroll in Anthos.
Binary Authorization for Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) pricing
Pricing for Binary Authorization for GKE is $0.01613 per cluster per hour (charged in 1 second increments). This is around $12/month and is in addition to all other fees charged by the GKE cluster. The fee is flat for all clusters that have Binary Authorization enabled, irrespective of cluster size and topology- whether the clusters are zonal or regional.
Binary Authorization is available at no additional charge on GKE Autopilot clusters.
The Binary Authorization for GKE offers a free tier. The free tier provides $12 in monthly credits per billing account. This credit will at least cover the complete cost of a single cluster each month
The following example demonstrates how fees and free tier credit is applied for an organization’s billing accounts.
|Organization's billing accounts||Organization's clusters||Binary Authorization-enabled cluster hours per month||Free tier credit used||
Total monthly Binary Authorization fee
(at $0.01613/per cluster per hour)
You can use the Google Cloud pricing calculator to estimate your monthly Binary Authorization charges, including cluster management fees and worker node pricing.
Please note: As of March 16, 2020, the beta API is no longer supported. Users of this API must migrate to the GA API. See the GA migration guide for additional considerations for running your workloads with the Binary Authorization GA API.