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Generally available: Monitor your spending through forecasted cost alerts with Azure Cost Management and Billing
Prevent cost overruns with Azure budget alerts on forecasted costs
Azure Cost Management capabilities to view and analyze costs, be notified when exceeding cost thresholds using budgets, and export usage and charges data is now supported for Azure Government Pay-As-You-Go subscriptions.
Simplify your cost reporting in Azure government using Azure Cost Management + Billing’s cost allocation.
Stay up to date on your cost management needs with five new courses
Azure Cost Management + Billing cost allocation is now in public preview.
An unauthenticated experience to get retail prices for all Azure Products/Services (including Reserved Instances).
Connector for AWS in Azure Cost Management is now Generally Available.
Budget evaluations in Azure Cost Management now re-fire alerts for the same period after you edit a budget. Additionally, now Budgets will also allow you to set a threshold above 100%
Budget evaluations in Azure Cost Management now include your reservation and Marketplace purchases
21 new services added to FedRAMP High ATO, delivering on continued commitment to accelerating compliance for government customers
Updated Cost by resource view in Cost Analysis. This improves drilldown experience to view costs accruing for each resource at a meter level.
Azure Cost Management can help you better understand where you're accruing costs in the cloud, identify and help prevent bad spending patterns, and optimize costs to empower you to do more with less. Here are a few of the latest improvements and updates based on your feedback.
New updates to Azure Cost Management help you manage costs for cloud solution provider (CSP) subscriptions, build better dashboards by customizing tile names, save money with Azure reservations for 16 different services, along with additional enhancements.
New updates to Azure Cost Management help you better understand what you're spending, where you’re spending it, and how to optimize and plan for the future.
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Here are the Cost Management features that are generally available as of October 2019.
Please find a table below outlining the Cost Management features that are currently in preview.
Azure Cost Management can help you better understand where you're accruing costs in the cloud, identify and prevent bad spending patterns, and optimize costs to empower you to do more with less. Read about what's new in Azure Cost Management Labs, learn about recent updates including how to create targeted budgets with filters and forecast costs, and watch new videos.
There’s a new, more convenient way to share customized views in Azure Cost Management—directly from cost analysis.
Customizing a view in Azure Cost Management is easy. Pick the date range you need, group the data to see a breakdown, choose the right visualization, and you're good to go. See how to pin your view to a dashboard, share links, and to save and share customized views.
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