2019-09-29T07:27:00Z

What is your primary use case for Azure Cost Management?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

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We use this solution to help with setting up our yearly budget. We look at how much we are currently using on a monthly basis how and close we are to meeting the monthly budget. If we find that we are going over then it helps to adjust the yearly budget. We also look at what resources have been used more extensively in the current month as opposed to last. The dashboard allows us to make these comparisons. From here, we can optimize resources and reduce costs. In the end, we also develop new resources. Ideally, we can look ahead to see what we can expect by making changes to certain resources. This is done by looking back at previous months and seeing what the effects were for other changes. Our second use case has to do with projecting profitability by looking at trends. We are looking at one-year relationships to search for tending patterns.

2020-03-19T13:00:52Z
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Top 10Real User

Our primary use case is for controlling our budget. We're a customer of Azure and I'm involved in IT administration.

2020-03-18T06:06:00Z
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Top 10Consultant

We were looking for cloud cost management but also the ability to have insight for all our deployment infrastructure.

2020-03-03T08:47:00Z
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Real User

We use Azure Cost Management to see how much we are spending as well as how much the client is spending. That is the only use case for Azure Cost Management.

2019-11-21T10:01:00Z
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Vendor

We use the public, private, and hybrid deployment models of this solution. Our primary use cases of this solution are for cost management, performance, cost analysts, cost alerts, and budget recommendations.

2019-09-29T07:27:00Z
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