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TrueSight Cloud Cost Control is a cost management solution that enables you to analyze the current and future costs and utilization of your multi-cloud infrastructure services. It provides insight and control over your cloud costs.

For a quick overview of the product, see TrueSight Cloud Cost Control overview.

TrueSight Cloud Cost Control version 11.0.00 provides the following features: 


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Gain visibility into your multi-cloud infrastructure costs

Single-pane view of multi-cloud costs

Obtain a quick view and understanding of the actual and forecasted multi-cloud costs, at a monthly and yearly level.

Out-of-the-box cost reporting views

Access summarized and detailed views of the cost comparison between your public cloud providers, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure, and on-premises infrastructure, based on following dimensions:

  • Cloud provider
  • Cloud service
  • Business service
  • Server

Use these views to easily track and analyze the historical, current, and forecasted costs and trends, and perform in-depth analysis, even down to the resource level.

Forecast upcoming costs

View forecasted costs up to six months in the future. Forecasted costs are available alongside historical costs in graphical format that enable you to easily view and analyze the cost trend.

For more information, see Analyzing and forecasting multi-cloud costs.

Create customized cloud reports based on business needs

Use the flexible filtering capability to create customized cost reports that can be exported and shared as needed.

For example, track the top ten most expensive resources and identify unused resources, idle resources, or all costs and resources for a specific location.

For more information, see Analyzing and forecasting multi-cloud costs.

Simulate the migration of your servers to the public cloud

Use the migration simulation feature to review and analyze the future cost estimates and cost trends of migrating your on-premises servers to the public cloud. This information can help you decide whether you should continue to use your on-premises servers, migrate them to a public cloud, or migrate them from one cloud to another.

The simulation results provide recommendations for the type and size of the infrastructure instances on the public cloud provider along with the associated costs.

You can easily customize or overwrite the recommendations and evaluate its impact on the migration cost to determine the most economical placement.

For more information, see Estimating the cost of migrating servers to the public cloud.

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