Cloud Storage Manager
Want to Know Why Your Azure Storage costs have increased?
Azure storage consumption is growing at an incredible pace, even faster than originally predicted. Organisations have an ever-growing data footprint and are therefore eager to take advantage of Azure and it’s limitless supply of storage and resources. However, as an organisation’s storage requirements grow, it’s easy to lose track of where all the storage is being consumed, which also means your Azure Blob storage cost keeps going up often causing cost blowout.
With Cloud Storage Manager you will be able to instantly see where all your storage is going, allowing you to take back control and save money.
Visualise your Azure Storage Locations
Cloud Storage Manager provides a World Wide Map of Azure locations showing where your Storage Accounts reside and a quick overview of the consumption of your Azure Blob Storage.As well as the map Cloud Storage Manager also provides several graphs that quickly shows you your Azure storage growth over time.
Each Orange Dot represents an Azure location where you have storage consumed. Simply hover over one of the Azure locations to see a quick overview of the Azure Storage you have at this Azure Datacentre.
Azure Storage Tree view
Cloud Storage Manager provides you with an Azure Explorer like view of all your Azure Blobs. From this view you can see details of each individual Blob, including Blob size, date the Azure Blob was created and last modified, as well as what Storage Tiering the Blob currently is in.
Browse through the Azure Storage Tree to see details and sizing in the Explorer view.
Using this information as well as our reporting you will be able to see that moving these Blobs to a lower storage tier will reduce your Azure costs.
Azure Storage Reporting
From the Reports tab in Cloud Storage Manage you can gain further insights in to your Azure Blob Storage Usage and Consumption.
From the many reports available, you can find information like the growth of a particular storage account, to the tiering of the blobs that reside within, or perhaps the last time those blobs have been accessed, plus load more reports on your Azure Storage.
See your Azure Storage Accounts, Containers, and Blobs Information
Cloud Storage Manager has different tabs, detailing information including name, consumption, resource group, Azure Datacentre location as well as the size of the item.
Each Tab allows you to see information about each item. You can easily identify the biggest Storage Accounts, Containers of Blobs. Easily drill down into each item for further information.
From here, a right click on an item will provide options like jumping directly to the portal.
Search all your Azure Storage Accounts
With Cloud Storage Manager you can quickly and easily Search every one of your Storage Accounts. Perhaps you need to know where a particular File or Blob resides, well Cloud Storage Manager will search your entire Azure Tenancy, through each and every Storage Account for that particular Blob.
Scan your Azure Storage Accounts
With Cloud Storage Manager you can quickly and easily scan all your Azure Blob Storage Accounts and see where all your Azure Storage is being consumed and most importantly the areas where you can save money.
Report on your Azure Blob Storage Consumption
Cloud Storage Manager creates reports so that you can see the growth of your Azure Storage Accounts, the storage tiering your blobs are in, which Storage Accounts are the largest as well as many other reports and insights you can gather in to your Azure Storage.
Visualise your Azure Blob Storage Consumption
Explorer like view of your Azure Storage, including information of each individual Blob, Container, Storage Account and Subscription.
Change the tiering of multiple Azure Blobs, delete the blob as well as gather the Azure Blobs properties all with just a right click.
There is a version of Cloud Storage Manager to suit every size of environment
Database size is limited to a maximum of 100MB.
Typically for small or personal environments usually consisting of 3 or less Azure Subscriptions and consuming under 30TB of Azure Blob Storage.
Database size is limited to a maximum of 1GB.
For medium sized environments typically consisting of less than 10 Azure Subscriptions and consuming under 500TB of Azure Blob Storage.
Unlimited database size.
For use in large environments typically consisting of more than 10 Subscriptions and consuming more than 1PB of Azure Blob Storage.
Cloud Storage Manager is licensed based on the size of it’s database which includes information of each of your Azure Subscriptions, Azure Storage Accounts, Containers and finally each Blob.
Each version has the same great functions including scheduled scans of your Azure Blob Storage and reporting.
Cloud Storage Manager
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