Have you adopted Azure cloud services into your IT infrastructure? And do you know how much you paid last month and for what? And what about forecasting? Are you able to forecast your Azure spending in the current month? If the answer is no, don’t worry, you are not the only one. Unfortunately, Azure billing is really complicated with more than 15,000 SKUs available, and each have their own rate. But SolarWinds is here to help you! We’re proud to introduce a brand new free tool in our portfolio!
Cost Calculator for Azure is a standalone free tool that can help you discover how much you are paying for your Azure cloud services. It is as easy as it could be – you put the credentials of all your Azure accounts into the tool, so it can do all the work for you, telling you how much you really pay and for what specifically. This tool is designed to help all budget holders and SysAdmins of any sized-business who are responsible for cloud resources in their companies.
Cost Calculator for Azure at a glance:
Show cost of all assigned Azure accounts and their subscriptions plans. There is no need to have more instances and work with Excel spreadsheet to have an overall number.
Show spending in current month, last month, last quarter, or year? Still not enough? You can set up your own timeframe that fits you.
Find orphaned objects
Consolidate all spending and show the final expense in users‘ preferred currency.
As you can see, Cost Calculator for Azure is a lightweight and easy to use tool that can help make your IT professional life a little bit easier thanks to better forecasting of your Azure cloud spending. And the best thing comes at the end – Cost Calculator for Azure is available completely for FREE!
So, why don’t you give a try? Click the link below to download your Cost Calculator for Azure free tool by SolarWinds. No installation needed.
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