The CloudCheckr Support Knowledgebase contains topics that will help you better understand and perform tasks within the application.
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Before you can use CloudCheckr, you must configure your cloud provider to allow the application access to your account.
Create and Configure Your CloudCheckr Accounts
Use the Complete IAM Policy
Enable New Service Permissions for CloudCheckr
Enable Permissions for Best Practice Checks
Use CSV Account Upload
Create and Configure Your Azure Enterprise Agreement (EA) Accounts
Create and Configure Your Subscription Accounts
Create and Configure Your Azure Partner Center/CSP) Accounts
Create and Configure Your Active Directory/O365 Accounts
CloudCheckr customers have full control over provisioning and managing user access in their account(s). Customers can configure user access with specific permissions, rights, and visibility based on the needs and role of the user.
Create a New User
Edit a User
Associate a Role with a User
Assign User Permissions to a User
Assign Group Permissions to a User
Configure What Cots Are Visible to a User
Enable Payee List Cost
CloudCheckr customers can assign users to User Groups, which provides functionality to administer the group members’ permissions and application access.
CloudCheckr offers a range of reports to provide you with critical details about your cloud deployment.
CloudCheckr provides users with a REST-compliant API, allowing them to access and manipulate the data in their CloudCheckr account programmatically.
API Reference Guide
Admin API Reference Guide
API Reference Guide (Inventory)
Azure API Reference Guide
The CloudCheckr Basics section shows a new user how to quickly get insight to understand their costs and save money.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page provides quick answers to some of the most common questions about our application.