Cloudneeti product subscription fees are based on an average total number of resources in onboarded cloud accounts (Azure subscription, AWS accounts) and number of users in Office 365 subscription. Please follow the steps below to collect resource and user count.
Please refer billing dashbord page to see resouce, user count on Cloudneeti portal.
Resources in Azure subscription
Please follow the below steps to determine the total number of resources within an Azure subscription.
Login to Azure portal as Subscription Reader/Owner.
Click on Subscriptions (1)
Select desired subscription
Click on Resources (2) to get list of all resources
Total resource count is mentioned on the upper left of the screen highlighted below
Open Cloudshell with bash
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Cloudneeti/docs_cloudneeti/workload-resource-count/scripts/Get-AzureResourceCount.ps1 -O Get-AzureResourceCount.ps1
Get resource counts [put the subscriptionid in below command]
Output will have protected workloads counts and all resource categories listed along with resource count.
Resources in AWS account
Please the follow below steps to determine the total number of resources within an AWS account.
|Workstation: Python 3.7||Download python web based installer. Install python and make sure to check Add python to Path setting|
|Workstation: boto3 package||Amazon Web Services (AWS) Software Development Kit (SDK) for Python # python -m pip install boto3|
|Download and review Python script||The Python script is used to to get Resource Count for given AWS Account: Download Link.|
|AWS access and secret key||Root User, Security Audit||AWS access and secret key|
Get resource count
Run below command to get the count
python .\count_aws_resources.py --accessKey <aws_access_key> --secretKey <aws_secret_key>
Output will have protected workloads and all services listed along with resource count for the given AWS account.
Users in Office 365
Please log into the Office 365 portal to look up the number of users in your Office 365 subscription.