Credit consumption and usage insights

CDP includes a user interface that allows you to monitor your credit consumption and download your consumption records.

CDP displays consumption data in terms of credits. A credit is a unit of consumption in CDP corresponding 1 to 1 to local currency with which it was purchased. For example, if you pay $1000, you receive 1000 credits. DIscounts do not affect the number of credits purchased. If the full price for 1000 credits is $1000 but you receive a discount and only pay $900, you still receive 1000 credits.

Required roles: BillingAdmin


  1. In order to access this UI, navigate to the CDP web interface, click on the Management Console tile and select Consumption from the navigation pane.

  2. Select a date range.

  3. By default, consumption summary is shown for all environments. You can optionally select a specific environment.

Under Services, you can select a specific service and then under Clusters per Services, you can see a number of credits used by a given cluster and the number of hours the cluster was running.

Download consumption summary from CDP web interface

Use the Download Usage Details button to download the consumption data:

Download consumption summary from CDP CLI

Use the cdp consumption list-compute-usage-records command to download the consumption data. For example:
cdp consumption list-compute-usage-records \
--from-timestamp '2023-02-05T00:00:00Z' \
--to-timestamp '2023-02-07T00:00:00Z'

You can optionally set page size and page token.

To set page size (the number of records you want on one page), add the --page-size <value>.

To set page token (which signifies which page you would like in the response), add --starting-token <value>. You will get the starting token for next page in the response of the previous page.