Reports

Reports provide a quick glance at some of the most important parts of your environment, including utilization, policy violation, and estimated cost of your inventory. Report Explorer allows you to toggle between different reports on the elements in your environment.

Get Set Up With AWS

To get started, follow our AWS setup guide.

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) integration allows performance data to be collected at regular intervals from AWS for analysis in Metricly.

Our Additional Info page has other useful resources. Be sure to check it out!

Analyze Resources & Cost

Examine resource utilization with boxplot graphs.

Identify expensive instances. EC2, S3, and RDS compatible; see Cost vs. Utilization for more info.

Calculate recommendation reports for ASG and EC2.

Use Filters to Gain Insights

Each report has filters in submenu to group and sort the data.

You can use both the standard top-level filters and the submenu report filters together to create your report.

Filters can be saved and also leveraged in the saved reports.

Save Reports

Click  Save Report  to open the saved reports menu.

Give the report a title.

Want to be emailed daily about this report? Enable that, too.

Click on the trash can icon to delete a report.

Reports Landing Page

When accessing the Report Explorer, the first page you’ll encounter is the Reports Landing Page. This page provides a card view of the reports available, with each card containing a description of the report and access to help documentation for the report.

 

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