Thank you for checking out CloudCheckr. This Help Site will provide details on how to use and discover CloudCheckr’s features.
Before you begin with CloudCheckr we recommend that you enable your AWS cost reports and create a Read-Only IAM user that CloudCheckr will use to scan your AWS account. Here are easy-to-follow instructions for both:
Once you have your cost reports enabled and have your Secret Key and Access Key you will want to start configuring your CloudCheckr account.
CloudCheckr provides several reports that allow you to understand and dissect your AWS costs, including Reserved Instance management.
CloudCheckr will keep the pulse of your AWS account and track and report on any changes made.
CloudCheckr has several reports and core functionality designed specifically for AWS Resellers.
CloudCheckr monitors your AWS deployment and can alert you when your costs exceed a pre-defined amount, or when your EC2 or S3 usage surpasses certain thresholds.
AWS GovCloud users can leverage CloudCheckr to monitor and gain insight into their deployments.
Using a streamlined set of IAM permissions, AWS users can utilize CloudCheckr solely for the purpose of monitoring their AWS costs.
CloudCheckr offers an AppDynamics plugin that allows users to upload their AWS EC2, cost data, and CloudWatch metrics directly into their AppDynamics dashboard.
CloudCheckr offers a New Relic plugin that allows users to upload their AWS EC2 usage and cost data directly into their New Relic dashboard.
CloudCheckr offers an API that allows users to manage their CloudCheckr account and user access, as well as access and manipulate the data in their CloudCheckr account programmatically.
CloudCheckr offers support for Single Sign-On through any SAML 2.0 provider.