Yes, it is possible to understand Amazon Aurora storage pricing. Let me explain how it works in detail.
Storage Space: Amazon Aurora Storage is charged based on how much storage space is used by the database instance. Storage includes backup storage, transaction logs, and static database data. The cost per GB per month is a fixed rate that is dependent on the region.
Read and Write Capacity Units: Amazon Aurora also charges for database read and write capacity based on the amount of input and output operations per second. Aurora Storage optimizes database performance, automated backups, and replica replication and charges for throughput capacity between $0.069 and $0.12 per hour.
Other Fees: Depending on the instance type, Aurora Storage may also charge additional per-unit fees, such as additional charge for I/O, memory and network.
You can find out more information about Aurora Storage pricing by visiting AWS Pricing Calculator: https://aws.amazon.com/pricing/calculator/. With that, you can estimate the cost of running a database instance for your particular requirements and calculate your total cost.
I hope this helps you understand Amazon Aurora Storage pricing. If you have any further queries, please feel free to ask!