Dynatrace pricing for full-stack monitoring is based on host units. A host unit reflects the size of a host based on the amount of that host's RAM. A host with 16 GB of RAM equates to 1 host unit. Host unit equivalents for various memory sizes are shown in the table below.
|Max. Ram||Host units (full stack)||Host units (infrastructure-only)|
Host unit amounts increase at a rate of 1 host unit for each 16-GB memory increment. Memory is counted in GB (1 GB = 1,024 MB) and host unit values are rounded up. So, if you have a host with a memory size of 24 GB, the host will be billed at a rate of 2 host units.
If you use infrastructure-only monitoring for your servers, your host unit value is multiplied by 0.3.
Host unit hours
A single host unit hour represents 1 host unit running for 1 hour. If such a host runs for a full day, it will consume 24 host unit hours. You can determine how many host units you are monitoring by dividing your number of host unit hours by 24.