Azure Cost Management and Billing
Manage your cloud spending with confidence
Get a full set of cloud cost management capabilities
Monitor cloud spending
Track resource usage and manage costs across all of your clouds with a single, unified view, and access rich operational and financial insights to make informed decisions.Learn about cost analysis
Increase organisational accountability
Implement governance policies for effective enterprise cloud cost management, and increase accountability with budgets, cost allocation and chargebacks.Learn how to create budgets
Optimise cloud efficiency
Improve the return on your cloud investment by using continuous cost optimisation and industry best practices.Learn best practices
Manage your Azure and AWS spending
Manage costs across Azure and AWS from a single location. Get insights based on data from both clouds to simplify your cost management processes.
Unmatched security and compliance to keep your data safe and consistently accessible
Azure Cost Management and Billing pricing
Azure Cost Management and Billing for Azure is available at no additional cost. Azure Cost Management for AWS is charged at 1 per cent of the total AWS managed spend at general availability, and free during preview.
Documentation and training
Microsoft engineers walk you through the Azure Cost Management and Billing features.
Azure billing documentation
Learn how to manage your Azure billing account including granting others access, viewing and downloading your invoice and usage data, paying your invoice and other billing-related actions.
Start using Azure Cost Management and Billing today
Optimise and save more
Learn to optimise your costs from a consolidated set of resources available to you in one place, in order to help you take control of your spending needs. Learn more by visiting Cost Optimisation.
Over 70 per cent of Azure enterprise customers are using Azure Cost Management and Billing
Global energy management leader uses Azure Cost Management and Billing to monitor cloud costs
"We see value in Azure Cost Management and Billing added as a service on the Azure portal, as we can now view cost information under a single pane of glass."Alexis Chauvin, Ops Tech Lead, IoT & Digital Transformation, Schneider Electric
Azure Cost Management and Billing updates, blogs and announcements
27 April, 2021Azure Cost Management and Billing updates – April 2021
30 March, 2021Azure Cost Management and Billing updates – March 2021
15 March, 2021Prevent exceeding Azure budget with forecasted cost alerts
24 February, 2021Azure Cost Management and Billing updates – February 2021
26 January, 2021Azure Cost Management and Billing updates – January 2021
15 December, 2020Azure Cost Management and Billing 2020 year in review
Frequently asked questions about Azure Cost Management and Billing
Cloudyn will be deprecated by the end of 2020. Existing Cloudyn features are being integrated directly into the Azure portal. With the exception of customers in the Cloud Solution Provider programme (CSP), Cloudyn won’t be onboarding new customers. Cloudyn Support will remain available until it has been fully deprecated. For more information, visit Choose between Azure Cost Management and Cloudyn.
No, Azure Cost Management is on by default for Microsoft Enterprise Agreement and pay-as-you-go customers.
No, but the process of replicating Cloudyn dashboards in Azure Cost Management and Billing is very similar. You’ll be able to take advantage of the integration with other Azure services and features, including Azure Policy, management groups and action groups.
Azure Cost Management and Billing should be ready for cloud solution providers in the second half of 2019.
Azure Cost Management and Billing includes Azure service and third-party Azure Marketplace usage, and purchases including reservations. All costs are based on your negotiated prices, and data is refreshed every four hours. Learn more about Azure Cost Management and Billing data.