Configure your dashboards with cost sources
A dashboard will give you an overview of your cloud spending for a specific perimeter. You can also add reports on your dashboard to have a more detailed information.
Teevity lets you create multiple dashboards to have different views on your cloud costs, for a particular cloud provider or a particular environment, business unit, etc.
By default you will have a dashboard called "all your Clouds" which contains all the cloud providers accounts you have declared in Teevity.
The list of your dashboards is on the right (1 in the screenshot above) , for each dashboard you have the current spend and the forecast for the end of the month. To navigate to a different dashboard, click on its name in the list.
Rename a dashboard
To rename a dashboard, click on its name as described below, type the new name and press enter to confirm.
Create and delete a dashboard
To create a new dashboard, simply click on the last row of the list of existing dashboards, enter a name and press enter to confirm.
To delete, move your mouse on the dashboard in the list and click on the "trash" button.
A newly created dashboard will be empty by default. You can configure your dashboard to show cloud services accounts and/or costs per partition or per cost allocation units.
Add cloud services accounts to your dashboard
Go to the Preferences page and choose the "Cloud services" section. There, you will be able to select your dashboard (1), the account you want to display by selecting the cloud provider (Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, etc.) (2) or specific account(s) (3)
Add Cost Partitions or Cost Allocation Units to your dashboard
Go to the Preferences page and choose the "Cloud allocation units" section. There you will be able to select your dashboard (1), the cost partition (2) the cost allocation unit(s) (3) you want to display. If your cost partition is not listed, click on the "Add new cost partition" and import it from the list (4).