Edit a Billing Source

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Edit a Billing Source

Editing an AWS Billing Source

  1. In the left navigation menu, click Accounts > Billing Sources.
  2. Click on the ellipsis icon next to the account you wish to edit, and select Edit from the dropdown menu.
  3. Edit any of the following fields:
    • Billing Source Name - The display name in Kion.
    • AWS Account Number - AWS account number of the management account.
    • Billing Report Type - Choose the billing report type.
      • Selecting Cost & Usage Report and Detailed Billing Report generates data from both reports.
      • Selecting Only Cost & Usage Report will generate all data from the Cost and Usage Report (CUR).
    • Billing S3 Bucket Region - The region where both the Cost & Usage Report S3 Bucket and Monthly Reports S3 Bucket are located.
    • Billing S3 Bucket Access Role (optional) - This field can be used if Kion should assume a specific IAM role to access the billing S3 bucket.
    • AWS Account Number Containing S3 Buckets - Typically the management account number, but could be the AWS account to which the reports are replicated.
    • Monthly Report S3 Bucket (optional) - Fill out this field if the monthly billing reports are in a different S3 bucket from the cost & usage report S3 bucket.
    • Cost & Usage Report S3 Bucket - S3 bucket where the Cost & Usage reports are located.
    • Cost & Usage Report Prefix - Prefix defined when enabling the Cost & Usage reports, cannot be blank.
    • Cost & Usage Report Name - Name of the Cost & Usage report.
    • Billing Start Date - Date to start loading the billing reports (Monthly Reports must be available in S3 for this month).
    • Linked Role (optional) - This field allows you to change the linked role name. You can enter a custom value if you would like to use a specific role name, or leave this field blank/leave the default value.
    • This Billing Source Supports Account Creation checkbox - enables the Account Creation feature if the access is granted on the management account.
  4. Click Update Billing Source.

To test the Billing Source, you can click the Test Billing Connection button for the results of several tests around your configuration.

Editing an Azure Billing Source

  1. In the left navigation menu, click Accounts > Billing Sources.
  2. Click on the ellipsis icon next to the account you wish to edit, and select Edit from the dropdown menu.
  3. Edit any of the following fields:
    • Customer Name (both CSP and EA) - Human-readable name of the Azure CSP in Kion.
    • Domain (both CSP and EA) - Domain name contained inside Azure (should look like somecompany.onmicrosoft.com).
    • App ID - ID of the App Registration which Kion should use to manage Azure resources within the Azure Tenant represented by this Billing Source.
    • Client Secret - App secret that Kion should use for authentication while managing Azure resources.
      • You can test the validity of your resource management credentials with the Test Resource Management Credentials button. This tests whether the credentials you've entered are valid to connect Kion with Azure's resource management API. Without a connection, users might not be able to access cloud resources.
      • An indicator shows whether the tenant connection is active (green) or inactive (red) and the date that its status was last updated. For inactive connections, click Troubleshoot to visit the Troubleshooting Your Azure Connection page.
    • Billing Start Date - Date from which Kion should load billing data for subscriptions within the Azure Tenant.
    • CSP Customer ID (Azure CSP only) - ID of the Azure Tenant receiving subscriptions from the CSP.
    • Azure CSP (Azure CSP only) - The Azure CSP from which this Azure Tenant receives subscriptions.
    • Azure EA (Azure EA only) - The Azure EA from which this Azure Tenant receives subscriptions.
    • This Billing Source Supports Resource Group Creation - Check this box to allow resource groups to be created using Kion.
    • You can test the validity of your billing credentials with the Test Billing Credentials button. This tests whether the credentials you've entered are valid to connect Kion with Azure's billing management API. Without a connection, financial data may fall out of date.
    • An indicator shows whether the billing connection is active (green) or inactive (red) and the date that its status was last updated. For inactive connections, click Troubleshoot to visit the Troubleshooting Your Azure Connection page.
    • Click Skip Billing Source Validation to create the billing source without an active connection. This allows you to create the billing source even if you don't have all the credentials you need at this time.
  4. Click Update Billing Source.

Editing a Google Cloud Billing Source

  1. In the left navigation menu, click Accounts > Billing Sources.
  2. Click on the ellipsis icon next to the account you wish to edit, and select Edit from the dropdown menu.
  3. Edit any of the following fields:
    • Billing Source Name - The billing source's human-readable name in Kion.
    • Service Account - The service account associated with this billing source.
    • Billing Start Date - This field provides a cutoff for loading old financial data from Google.
    • Google Cloud Billing Account ID. You can find it in the Google Cloud console by selecting the project name from the dropdown in the blue ribbon, clicking Billing in the left navigation menu, clicking Go to Linked Billing Account, and looking in the box that says Billing Account on the right. The billing account ID is the ID listed after the billing account name.
    • Big Data Billing Export Project ID. You can find it in the Google Cloud console by clicking the dropdown in the blue ribbon. The project ID is displayed in the ID column next to the name of the project housing your service account (this may be a variation of your project name with a unique identifier on it).
    • Big Data Billing Export Dataset Name. You can find it in the Google Cloud console by selecting the project name from the dropdown in the blue ribbon, clicking BigQuery in the left navigation menu under Big Data. The name of your project will show in the left navigation menu (this may be a variation of your project name with a unique identifier on it), and the dataset name will show below it.

 

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