Savings plan negation greater than savings plan covered usage


As a CSP savings plan are bought at payee account level and shared with all individual sub-accounts we have two sub accounts where savings plan negation is greater than savings plan covered usage

  1. 86678188xxxx
    Negation : -1485.4091014317987 Covered Usage : 1434.3921579783998
  2. 87620327xxxx
    Negation : -8393.888197400727 Covered Usage : 7714.54739607721 I want to understand what is the reason for this behaviour? Because ideally sum of these two numbers should be zero.
posta 2 anni fa1723 visualizzazioni
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Hi there,

Our Account & Billing support team will gladly discuss this matter with you.

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Kind regards,

- Rafeeq C.

con risposta 2 anni fa

Generally, you're right in saying that the SUM of "covered usage" and "negation" should equal to $0. You can reach out to support, so they'll be able to investigate better, but in the meantime - I suggest you can also provide them answers to the questions like:

  • Are those 2 linked accounts the only linked accounts in your Organization (i.e. you have one Payer account and 2 linked accounts)?
  • Do you run any resources on the Payer account? Does Payer account benefit from the Compute SP discount, too?
  • How exactly you are monitoring how your SP are applying? In billing dashboard, in Cost Explorer, in Cost and Usage Report, or in any other third-party tool?
  • Do you apply any filters when you track this cost? e.g. you only look at EC2, however you also have Fargate & Lambda usage, and you filter them out?

There are a few variables to your question that could help us provide a better answer :)

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con risposta 2 anni fa

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