I'd like to know if I'm doing something wrong about Price Tiers and SQL Databases.
Is the price paid per server or per database? I thought it was per database, só if I get a client, they can pay X per as a sample a 10 DTU sql server, and inside I can create 2 or 3 databases to work togheter inside the 10DTU limite.
Or if I ge a biger client with the same mdel, then this client can pai more DTU like 3o ou 40 DTU by his server tih 2 or 3 databases inside.
But today I created a new database for a pilot that already has 2 databases (one for production and another for development and tests) and I found that appears that each database inside the same server has his own independent payment price.... elevating the price per 3 if a client needs his data separated or if wee need to create a side copy database per auditing or for a restore, the cost will incresing?
I’m trying to understand if I pay per SQL database or per SQL Server. Lets suppose I have:
1 sql server on basic bill plan 5 DTU with: database1 database2 database3 1 sql server on basic bill plan 10 DTU with: database1 database2 database3 Let’s suppose they are 24 h per day all the month. So I will pay 3 * 5DTU + 3 * 10DTU or 1 * 5DTU + 1 * 5DTU?