The focus in February has been on adding even more reports, in particular for Multiple Account Views (MAVs.) These reports, as requested by our power users who manage several accounts, enable administrators to see the status of their entire operation, even across AWS and Azure cloud platforms.
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Here’s an overview of what was released last week:
Improvements to User Management
The administration screens for both creating and editing users now has the AWS accounts and Azure accounts separated by tabs. This makes it much easier to find the accounts you’re looking for, filtered by the different cloud providers.
EC2 Right-Sizing report added to MAVs for AWS
The EC2 Right-Sizing report has been added to Multiple Account Views, allowing you to see all of your right-sizing Best Practice recommendations in one central location.
Improvements to the Best Practice Check Editor
The Best Practice Check Editor now gives administrators the ability to create multiple policies and choose which accounts adhere to which policy.
Four new reports have been added to Multiple Account Views for Azure:
A Consolidated Billing Summary Report has been added to Azure Enterprise Agreement accounts. This allows you to see the total cost, across all subscriptions, and by subscription, in a single report.
Read the full description of the release on the Support site.
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