How to View Public or Private Cloud Usage
Updated: November 1, 2013
Applies To: System Center 2012 - App Controller, System Center 2012 R2 App Controller, System Center 2012 SP1 - App Controller
Switching to the card view allows you to view the usage of private and public clouds.
To view public and private cloud usage
Click the Clouds node.
If a list of clouds is displayed, click the toolbar icon to switch to the card view. The tooltip is “Show items as cards.” For each cloud, the following usage information is displayed.
Private Clouds—Displays the number of services running in each private cloud, and also the number of resources used and available for the following resources:
- Virtual machines
Public Clouds—Displays the number of deployed services in each Windows Azure subscription and will identify if any services are currently stopped, or if a service has only one instance running. Stopped services continue to accrue charges while services with only one instance are not covered with the Windows Azure compute Service Level Agreement (SLA).
- Private Clouds—Displays the number of services running in each private cloud, and also the number of resources used and available for the following resources:
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