Defining Data Egress Charges with Azure Query Editor

Kevin Feasel



Dave Bland looks into what constitutes data egress with Azure and looks at a specific example:

If you have attempted to calculate your price for your Azure environment, you know that the pricing can be complex, taking into account a number of factors.  These factors include data egress, compute and storage.  The intent of the blog is not to outline all the billing factors of Azure.  The purpose of this blog post is to answer one question.

When I use the Azure SQL Query Editor, does that count as part of the data egress charges?

I completed a blog post on the Azure Query Editor a few weeks back.  Here is a link, if you would like to check it out.

Read on to see what Dave learned.

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