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Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager 6.0.0 - User Guide (for AWS environments)

Using Foglight Hybrid Cloud Manager for AWS Monitoring Tab System Info Tab Tags Tab Report Tab Rule Configuration Tab Administration Tab Optimizer Tab Cost Tab Policy Management Tab

Cost - AWS view

The Cost - AWS view includes the following elements:

Cost - Admin view

The Cost - Admin view includes the following:


Policy Management Tab

Policy Management enables user to start or stop their resources by schedule. Currently, only the resource type of VM is supported.

On the navigation panel, under Homes, click Cloud Manager.
The Cloud Manager dashboard opens.
Click Policy Management. The Policy Management tab opens on the bottom of Cloud Manager dashboard.

Policy view

The Policy view includes the following elements:

Total Potential Savings: Shows the total potential savings of this month under the policies. The potential savings are calculated by the total hours the VMs has been stopped by the policy multiply the unit price of each VM.
Total resources under policy: Shows the total number of resources managed under the policies. For a detailed resource list, refer to Resource view .
Alarms: Shows the number of alarms (multiple-severity rules only) generated by the policy. Clicking the numbers, an alarm list will be displayed. The list shows the severity of each alarm, when the alarm was generated, and the detailed alarm message.
Execute Now: Click Execute Now to execute the selected policy immediately.
Filters. Including by Schedule, by Resource Action (Start or Stop), and by Policy Status (Enable or Disable).
Add Policy. Click Add Policy and an Add Policy dialog box appears. It includes the following elements:
Policy Name: Specify a policy name.
Description: Add descriptions about the policy.
Enable: Select the checkbox to enable the policy.
Action: Select an action for the policy. You can either start a VM or stop a VM.
Schedule: Select a schedule. You can either assign the policy to a new schedule or assign the policy to an existing schedule.
Apply Resources: Select the resources you would like to apply the policy. Click Apply Resources and a Select Resources dialog box appears.
Azure Virtual Machines: A tree table lists VMs by Resource Groups.
AWS EC2 Instances: A Tree table lists Instances by Auto scaling group.
Services: Lists the service from Dashboards > Services > Service Builder.
Email Notification: Enter e-mail addresses to notify the users when the policy is executed.
Process Service Dependencies: If applying resources by a service and the resources are collected by the same agent, the VMs under the child service will be executed first.
Edit: Click the icon and an Edit Policy dialog box appears. Update the policy and save the changes.
Policy Name: Lists the name of the policy.
Resource Action: Shows the action status of the policy, including start and stop.
Schedule: Shows the schedule of the policy.
Next Enforcement: Shows the time when the policy will be executed again.
Last Status: Shows the last status after the policy was executed. Click the status and a Policy Executed History by Agent dialog box will appear.
Apply Resources: Shows the selected resources by object type. Click the resources and an Apply VMs Detail Table will appear.
Potential Saving: Shows the total potential savings of this month under the policy. The potential savings are calculated by the total hours the VMs stopped by the policy multiply the unit price of each VM.
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