Check your billing and usage

If you are using AWS or Azure subscription billing, you can check your billing charges and usage levels through AWS, Azure, and Workload Security.

For details on AWS and Azure subscription billing, see About billing and pricing.

Check billing and usage in AWS

If you're using AWS subscription billing, you can check your current costs and usage from the AWS Billing and Cost Management console. For instructions on viewing or downloading your bills, see the AWS documentation on Viewing Your Monthly Charges. If you are new to using the AWS Billing and Cost Management console, see the AWS Getting Started documentation.

If you want a more detailed look at your costs and usage, you can enable the AWS Billing Cost Explorer feature. Cost Explorer can show you a daily breakdown of your costs and usage and forecast what your costs might be over the coming months.

Check billing and usage in Azure

If you're using Azure subscription billing, you can check your current costs and usage from the Cost Management + Billing section of the Azure portal.

If you are new to using the Azure Cost Management solution, see the Azure cost management documentation.

Check billing and usage in the Workload Security console

If you are using AWS or Azure subscription billing, you can check your billing and usage in Workload Security:

  1. In the Workload Security console, go to Events & Reports > Generate Reports > Single Report.
  2. From the Report list, select AWS Metered Billing Report or Azure Metered Billing Report.
  3. Select the period of time for which you want to view usage data from the Time Filter area.
  4. Click Generate.

For more information on generating reports from Workload Security, see Generate reports for alerts and other activity.