Azure Cost Management helps you understand how and where you're accruing costs in the cloud, identify and prevent bad spending patterns, and optimize costs, empowering you to do more with less. Let’s take a look at the latest set of improvements which will better enable you to manage your cloud costs, all in a single place.
It’s common for enterprises to run workloads on more than one cloud provider; however, adopting a multi-cloud strategy comes with complexities like handling different cost models, varying billing cycles, and different cloud designs that can be difficult to navigate across multiple dashboards and views.
We are excited to announce the general availability of Azure Cost Management features for all Pay-As-You-Go and Azure Government customers that will greatly enhance your ability to analyze and proactively manage your cloud costs.
We are now excited to announce the general availability (GA) of Azure Cost Management experience that helps organizations visualize, manage, and optimize costs across Azure.
As your cloud spend starts to increase, being able to accurately forecast usage becomes a critical part of your plan. As the first step in enabling a forward looking view to your spend on a…
Azure enterprise customers today manage their subscriptions on the EA portal and use the EA hierarchy to group and report on usage and costs by subscription.
The Cloud Cost Management (CCM) APIs provides a rich set of APIs to get detailed reporting on your Azure usage and charges. We continue to make the APIs more relevant and with the growing adoption of tags in Azure, we’re announcing the support for tags in both the Usage Details API and the Budgets API.
In December we announced the release of ARM APIs for usage details. We continue that transformation to ARM APIs with this release of the Marketplace charges API for Enterprise and Web Direct customers with a few exceptions documented in the limitations and a Price Sheet API for Enterprise customers.
Last month we announced the preview release of subscription level budgets for enterprise customers, that was only the first step. Today we're announcing the release of additional features that support the scoping of more granular budgets with filters as well as support for usage and cost budgets.
Azure customers manage budgets at a workload level and need granular controls on monitoring the spend on cloud services. Workloads sometimes share a subscription and yet need to be budgeted for…