Resource Analyzer Default

The Resource Analyzer Default dashboard displays all spend across all resources without any filtering. It also includes an additional Filters report so you can drill down on the resources of your choice.

To use the Resource Analyzer Default dashboard, make the following selections:

1. Select a date period for your cost reporting (Daily, Weekly, Monthly, Quarterly, Biannually, or one of the “Shortcuts”) using the Date Selector.
2. Select a cost type for your cost reporting using the Cost Type Selector.
3. In the Activity Chart (line graph), select the appropriate spend dimension to graph such as billing center, cloud vendor account, or resource type. Based on the dimensions you selected, your total cost for your desired date period appears in the top right corner as Total Cost for Period. For further clarification regarding the dimensions used in the Activity Chart or Filters report, see Cloud Provider Bill-based Cost Dimensions.
4. The Resource Analyzer Default dashboard contains a Resource List report that is linked to a Filter report. All Resource List reports in both default and user-generated Custom Dashboards display zero-cost usage for billing. Even if the usage was not charged, for example if an instance was fully covered by a Reserved Instance, the Cost column will display $0.00. For further clarification regarding the Columns, Filters, and Functions options in the Resource List, see Cloud Provider Bill-based Cost Dimensions. Once you have your Resource List set to your desired preferences, you can export this list by clicking Export CSV.
5. The full list of your individual cloud resources can be a very large dataset and may exceed the capacity of the interface. In terms of date range, only the most recent 90 days are shown. If you see a “Not all resources shown” message in the upper right of the Resource List, the interface and any CSV exports have reached their capacity of displaying only the first 100,000 rows. The remaining rows will not display. Shorten your date range or use the filters in the Filter report about the Resource List to filter on a narrower subset of resources to avoid seeing this message.

Note:The filters in the Filters report limit the data coming into the Resource List from the server, whereas the filters within the Resource List only secondarily limit the data that has already been pulled into the Resource List and do not apply back to the Filters report. In other words, any filters applied secondarily within the Resource List will not appear as applied filters in the Filters report. If the Resource List has hit the capacity limit and is displaying the “Not all resources shown” message, applying filters within the Resource List will only further filter down the truncated dataset of 100,000 rows. The “Not all resources shown” message will continue to display.