Microsoft Genomics is a scalable, secure service for secondary analysis of genomes, starting from raw reads and producing aligned reads and variant calls.
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Microsoft Genomics service billing is based on the number of gigabases processed per workflow. The first 10 gigabases are billed at a minimum rate of $-. This is the genome rate. All additional gigabases are billed at the incremental gigabase rate of $- gigabase.
A gigabase is 1 billion (1.000.000.000) bases. Gigabases are computed by counting all the bases in the submitted files, then rounding up or down to the nearest whole gigabase.
|Unit of measure||Features||Price|
|Genomes||1 genome||Processing up to first 10 gigabases||$-|
|Incremental bases||1 gigabase||Processing of bases beyond first 10 gigabases||$-/gigabase|
(first 10 gigabases)
Incremental bases rate
(all gigabases beyond first 10)
1 incremental gigabase
1 incremental gigabase
90 incremental gigabase
Billing data is captured hourly and bills are generated monthly. Please note you will be billed separately for Azure services consumed in conjunction with the Microsoft Genomics service, such as Azure Storage.
If you cancel your workflow before the workflow enters the "in progress" state, you won't be charged. If the workflow enters the "in progress" state and is then cancelled, you will be charged for the quantity of genomes.
If the workflow starts and fails due to any error, there won't be any charges. There also won't be any charges if the workflow fails due to expired shared access signature tokens for writing the output file.
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