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A Trace is a payload which includes the request/response details, metrics, logs, and detailed spans, for each AWS Lambda invocation. You can access traces, metrics, and logs in Serverless Console via Dev Mode, Metrics, or using the advanced filtering/navigation in the Trace Explorer.
Yes. Each AWS Lambda function can be controlled individually from the Serverless Console AWS Integration settings page. Enabling instrumentation for a function will add a layer with an extension to add instrumentation for request/response details, and spans for HTTP requests and AWS service requests.
Yes, Logs are included in traces. Logs are not collected or stored in Serverless Console; instead, logs are retrieved from AWS CloudWatch from the Trace details.
Yes. If you downgrade from the Team or Business tier to the Free tier, you will be charged the prorated cost for month-to-date usage.
Yes, premium support is available on a limited basis for large scale teams. Standard support is available to all customers. If you are interested in premium support, please contact sales for details.
All invoices are generated on the first day of each month.
Serverless Console has a usage-based pricing model, therefore you are charged for all usage incurred at the end of the billing cycle. You can view your month-to-date usage and estimated invoice on the org billing settings page.
All major credit card payments are supported.
On Serverless Console you can visit the organization billing settings page to view the month to date usage of Traces. You can use this to estimate your end of month bill by applying the Trace pricing.