Custom Reports

Custom reports give you the ability and flexibility to create reports based on the filtering options you choose for EC2, S3 AND WORKSPACES. There are two methods for creating a custom report. The first method is by selecting ‘Custom Report Builder’ from the sidebar.

 

1. Select Custom Report Builder

custom report builder

2. Select the Service you wish to create a custom report for:

select service

4. Give the report a Name:

report name

5. Select your filters and sorting parameters

slect filters

 

Note: A complete list of filter options and their descriptions can be found further down this page

6. Select ‘SaveFilter’

Alternatively you can also visit the ‘List of…’ reports for the services which custom reports are offered. Once you set your filtering options simply select the ‘Save To Custom Reports’ button.

 

save to custom rpeorts

Here are the available Filter and Column Options for building and editing Custom Reports.

EC2 Custom Report Filter and Column Options

  • Instance – the resource ID and/or name tag of the EC2 instance.
  • Status – whether the instance is running, stopped, or terminated.
  • Cost – the predicted 30 day cost to run an instance based on its usage.  Includes EBS Cost.
  • Instance Cost – the predicted 30 day cost to run an instance based on its usage.  Does not include EBS Cost.
  • EBS Cost – the predicted 30 day volume cost.
  • Region – the AWS region where the instance is located.  Examples: US East (Northern Virgina), EU (Ireland), South America (São Paulo).
  • 2 Day Avg CPU – the average CPU of the instance measured over the previous 2 days.
  • 7 Day Avg CPU – the average CPU of the instance measured over the previous 7 days.
  • 30 Day Avg CPU – the average CPU of the instance measured over the previous 30 days.
  • 90 Day Avg CPU – the average CPU of the instance measured over the previous 90 days.
  • Total Volume Size – the total size of the attached volume(s) in GiB.
  • AMI – the AMI of the instance.  Example: ami-ca32efa3.
  • Availability Zone – the Availability Zone where the instance is located.  Examples:  us-east-1c, us-west-1a, sa-east-1a.
  • Platform – the operating system of the instance. Examples: Windows, Linux, OpenSuse.
  • Pricing Type – whether the instance is On-Demand, Reserved, or Spot.
  • Type (Size) – the size of the instance.  Examples: t1.micro, m1.xlarge, m1.medium.
  • Tag – the resource tag assigned to the instance.
  • Network In – the average Network In per hour, measured in bytes.
  • Network Out – the average Network Out per hour, measured in bytes.
  • Peak Utilization – the highest recorded spike in CPU Utilization.
  • Lowest Utilization – the lowest recorded CPU Utilization.
  • Age Since Launch – the number of days since the instance was launched.
  • Hours Over-utilized (30 Days) – the number of hours the instance has been considered over-utilized over the past 30 days.
  • Hours Under-utilized (30 Days) – the number of hours the instance has been considered under-utilized over the past 30 days.
  • Predicted Usage – the predicted number of hours the instance will run over a 30 day period based on current usage.
  • VPC ID – the VPC ID of the Instance.  Example: vpc-24343948.

S3 Custom Report Filter and Column Options

  • Bucket Name – the name of the S3 bucket.
  • Objects – the total number of objects within the S3 bucket.
  • Storage – the total storage size, in bytes, of the bucket.
  • Cost – the 30 day storage cost of the bucket, based on its current storage total.
  • Region – the AWS region where the instance is located. Examples: US East (Northern Virgina), EU (Ireland), South America (São Paulo).

 

Workspaces Custom Report Filter and Column Options

  • Workspace ID – The Identification number of the workspace
  • User Name – The name of the User associated with the Workspace
  • Bundle ID – The identification number of the bundle associated with the workspace
  • Directory ID- The directory identification number associated with the workspace
  • Status – The workspace Status (available or unavailable)
  • Region – The region the workspace resides in
  • Monthly Cost- The monthly cost of the workspace
  • Average Latency sec (Last 2 days) – The average seconds of latency over the last two days
  • Average Latency sec (Last 7 Days)0 the average seconds of latency over the last seven days
  • Creation Date- the date the workspace is first reported as having charges on your detailed billing file.
  • Error Code- any error code associated with the workspace
  • Failed Logins- the number of failed logins for the workspace over the life of the workspace
  • IP Address- the IP address associated with the workspace
  • Last Login- the Last login to the workspace (date and time)
  • Logins- the total log ins to the workspace over the life of the workspace
  • Logins (Last 30 Days)- the total log ins for the last 30 days
  • Security Group ID- the identification number of the security group associated with the workspace
  • Subnet ID- the identification number of the subnet associated with the workspace
  • VPC ID- the identification mumber of the VPC associated with the workspace.

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