CloudCheckr offers several reports that focus on the best practices, cost and inventory of your AWS deployment:

Best Practices

Cloudcheckr’s Best Practice reporting will give you information on vital aspects of your AWS instances.

Best Practice Reporting


The Alerts section will give you the functionality to create, manage and examine the results from various alerts.

CloudCheckr’s AWS Alert Reports

Cost Reporting

CloudCheckr has a variety of cost reports which will give you information on various services associated with your account.

CloudCheckr’s Cost Reports


CloudCheckr’s Inventory reporting is useful for seeing the number of files you have stored in your S3 buckets, as well as a full inventory of your instances. For more information on your specific reports, click here:

CloudCheckr Inventory Reports


CloudCheckr’s Security reports can give you an in depth look at the activity surrounding your AWS account. With various reports based on CloudTrail data as well as change monitoring, and an in-depth perimeter report, which will allow you to see who has access to your accounts. All of these reports can be utilized to alert you as soon as your account’s safety has been compromised.

CloudTrail Summary Report

CloudTrail Overview Report

CloudTrail Common Searches

CloudTrail Events Report

CloudTrail Historical Limit Setting


CloudCheckr can help you keep an eye on your AWS deployment, showing how much each instance is being utilized to help ensure your infrastructure is running smoothly.

CloudCheckr’s Utilization Reports

CloudCheckr provides several reports focused on utilization, such as:

  • The Idle instances report, which shows which EC2 instances are running and being invoiced, but don’t appear to be active.
  • The EC2 Resource Utilization Heat Map, which shows the average CPU Utilization of each EC2 instance, in a visual graph, for every hour of each day.
  • The EC2 Utilization report breaks your EC2 instances down by CPU utilization, showing which are overutilized, underutilized, and the financial impact they have on your invoice.
  • Various Cost Warnings reports highlight features that are enabled but aren’t being utilized, such as: Elastic IPs, Elastic Load Balancers and unattached EBS Volumes for EC2.  Or, within S3, shows how much money could be saved if objects were converted to Reduced Redundancy Storage, or if its buckets were migrated to the lowest-priced regions.

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