Hi @rashmi.modhwadia - good question!
You can view the amount of data ingested down to the event type from your own account. So by listing an integration’s specific event type(s) you should be able to get the total amount of data ingested for that integration. For example, by listing all the Kubernetes Integration specific event types documented here I can query the amount of data ingested in the last day per cluster by introducing a
FROM K8sClusterSample, K8sContainerSample, K8sDaemonsetSample, K8sDeploymentSample, K8sEndpointSample, K8sNamespaceSample, K8sNodeSample, K8sPodSample, K8sReplicasetSample, K8sServiceSample, K8sStatefulsetSample, K8sVolumeSample SELECT bytecountestimate()/10e8 as 'GB Estimate' FACET clusterName SINCE 1 day ago
I believe the same approach can be used for other integrations.