Supply users of Azure Open Licensing with a real cost per Azure object (monetary) per month (compute, storage, etc are available). The usage statements that are produced are insufficient for easily determining what the costs of individual Assets are.5 votes
Thanks for the feedback. We definitely plan to add better support here. Let us know how important it is by voting it up.
Currently unable to see internal use/shared services spend in portal or cloudyn.4 votes
Thanks for the feedback. This is in the backlog. Vote it up to let us know how important it is for you.
Under Azure CSP, allow an option to give restricted read only access to CSP Tenants so that they can login with their own AD account and view their current spend etc.4 votes
Let us know what restrictions you’d like to enforce here. How much fine-grained control do you need?
Allow Azure OPEN customers to use pack PowerBI Microsoft Azure Consumption Insights. Today we can't get analytics because to connect the powerBI pack we need an EA Enrollment.2 votes
Thanks for the feedback. Support for Azure in Open is in the backlog. Vote this up to let us know how important it is for you.
I have noticed that I am charged a small amount every day although I have NO Apps running, i.e. after I stopped and deleted all apps. ? Is this a bug or am I viewing it incorrectly ?1 vote
I was just shocked when I read that the AWS Connector costs 1% of my AWS costs. That is just ridiculous.
If MS wants enterprises to switch to Azure, Azure should have a proper tooling during this transition period where the enterprise has both platforms.
With this pricing model, I would argue that nobody will use it at all, which makes the entire feature useless.
Please change to a pricing model based on actual usage.1 vote
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