Once you add a private or public cloud account into VMware Cloud services, you can perform the filter the details based on different criteria.

By default, you see the AWS data of all accounts, which includes the summary such as, current expense and the projected expense for the month, total number of accounts. You can compare the expense and total number of instances of the top five accounts, and see the daily expense trend of all accounts and each individual account.

You can drill-down to see the summary and expense data of each specific account or specific instance.

By default, you see the expense of the current month. You can filter these data for the previous month and the last three months.

Note:

As of now, last three months and six months data is available for public cloud accounts only.

You can see data based on common or saved questions, which are predefined criteria such as:

  • Expense details for all vCenters

  • Expense details for all clusters

  • AWS expenses

  • AWS EC2 expenses

  • Expense details for all Azure accounts

  • Expense details of all Azure instances

You can export the report to the CSV format and also save the report for future use.

You can also schedule a report to share your latest or up-to-date data at regular intervals (daily or monthly) to the specific recipients.