nOps provides a variety of views to aid you in managing and controlling your cloud costs. Calculating your cloud costs goes beyond just adding up resource costs for a specific region. nOps Cost Control also shows you related costs and credits, to give you a clear picture of your monthly spend.
To access nOps Cost facilities:
Log in to your nOps account.
From Profile Menu select Manage Clients.
Click on a client name and go to the client account.
Click on Cost in the top menu.
Log into your nOps account.
Click on Cost, in the top menu, and choose one of the options in the drop-down.
This topic describes:
The nOps Dashboard summarizes changes in your cloud costs and allows you to choose what period of time to compare. The cost changes are broken out by:
The order of these sections is constant and reflects the general impact to your cloud spend. Individual line items are listed within each group ordered by spend,
Buttons at the upper right enable you to choose which cloud-account types to include and also whether the cost comparison should be monthly, month-to-date, or weekly.
Note that the Cloud Accounts summary at the top includes links to give you detail of potential savings and underutilized resources.
Note also the View More link at the bottom left of the individual items partial list in each group, to show all records for that group.
Overall Cost Control Options
Overall costs for the last month (or change date range under Filters), plus options to filter by resource type, cloud account, region, and other parameters.
Monthly and daily spend by region, specific cloud service, usage type, specific operations, and specific tags; with various filtering options (Filters box at left), and a log of cost changes.
Chargebacks for departments.
Granular costs for EKS.
Status of instances and costs for EKS pods and services.
Find EC2 instances that can be migrated to use Spot instances.
View instances that can be converted to Spot Instance pricing.
A label assigned to a resource, consisting of a key and an optional value, both of which you define.
Tags enable you to categorize your resources in different ways. For example:
Tag resources used to support an app, to track costs for the app.
Find over-resourced EC2 instances and tune them down to usage to save money.
Recommendations for rightsizing.
View and manage RI planning, RI recommendation, RI usage, and savings plan recommendation.
Filters you created, recommendation types, offering classes, and payment types and terms.