Category: AWS Cost and Usage Report
Today, we announced the general availability of Data Exports, a new AWS Billing and Cost Management feature that enables you to create exports of your billing and cost management data using SQL column selections and row filters. As part of AWS Data Exports, you can now also deploy a Cost and Usage Dashboard powered by Amazon QuickSight directly from the AWS Billing and Cost Management console. The Cost and Usage Dashboard uses a summary view of the AWS Cost and Usage Report 2.0 (CUR 2.0) and provides pre-built visuals to facilitate interactive analysis and sharing of cost insights with a broader stakeholder group who may not have access to AWS console.
Today, we announced the general availability of Data Exports, a new Billing and Cost Management feature that enables you to create exports of your billing and cost management data using SQL column selections and row filters to select the data you want to receive. Exports are delivered on a recurring basis to an Amazon S3 bucket for use with business intelligence or data analytics solutions.
If you’re planning to attend the AWS re:Invent 2023 and wondering what Cloud Financial Management sessions and activities you should participate, look no further! In this blog post, we’ll take a sneak peek into these programs. Hope it can help you navigate re:Invent like a true CFM pro and learn and meet with like-minded FinOps professionals.
Cost transparencies and insights will help drive data-driven and informed decisions. This blog describes a flywheel approach that an enterprise can utilize to optimize their AWS spend and leverage those saving towards driving continuous innovation.
In this blog, we’ll walk you through an example of setting up a multilevel hierarchy in Cost Categories. We’ll use Amazon Athena to consolidate cost and usage data across all AWS services, accounts, tags, cost categories, and other fields from the AWS Cost and Usage Reports (CUR).
In case you missed the launch announcement from AWS Cloud Financial Management solution category in Q2, this blog presents you a quick summary.
By using CUDOS and the CID Framework, Cvent provides its centralized governance teams with greater visibility across all organizational spend in a simple, cost-effective manner. More importantly, that same visibility is available to budget managers and engineers, which decentralizes the ownership of the budget details. Cvent’s mindset and processes are shifting from reactive spend investigation to proactive cost optimization during planning and deployment, which fosters a high degree of financial predictability expected from investors and shareholders.
In some cases, users can be hindered with access to all available cost data for an organization. With Row Level Security (RLS), you can restrict the data a user can see to a subset of the business most relevant to them. In this blog, we’re going to walk you through how Telenor implemented RLS on its Multi-Payer Cost Dashboards, and how you can, too.
When starting your CFM practice, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, or like you’re already behind the curve. You’re not alone. To help, we’ve answered the top 4 questions we hear from customers when they’re first getting started so you can kickstart your Cloud Financial Management journey with confidence. Is there a particular order that you […]
In this first ICYMI blog of 2023, we’re sharing articles from across the AWS blogosphere and AWS Cloud Financial Management, to help you start the year off right. Explore these resources to understand and start implementing important optimizations from varying perspectives. Whether you’re in a technical, financial, or business role, these optimizations can help you […]