AWS cost optimization is easy with our automated bill processing, which extracts relevant cost categories—data transfer type, region, operation type, usage type, availability zone—to provide deep visibility into your AWS costs. This helps you obtain visibility on your cloud costs, so you can better understand your AWS billing and cost management.
First, learn when and where you're accruing costs. Identify the top-three cost accruing services; analyze the monthly, yearly, or month-to-date spending; view cost distribution by region, instance-type, component, and data transfer; and more.
Perform ad-hoc analysis using various filtering and grouping dimensions. Break down spending by linked accounts while setting up your own dates or choosing from a predefined date range to segment data by time. Alternatively, you can use AWS-generated and user-defined tags to isolate and analyze subsets of your cloud costs.
With CloudSpend, both account holders and AWS managed service providers (MSPs) can leverage native tags to allocate spending to one or more business units. You can track costs for different teams, projects, and customers using our AWS cost management tool. For example, you can account for the AWS services consumed during the testing, development, and production of a new app.