AccountThis dimension refers to the "Billing Account" in CMP - Assets for Google Cloud; Cloud health account ID and Cloud Health name for AWS
CloudThis reflects the cloud provider either "Google Cloud" or "Amazon Web Services"
Cost TypeThe Cost Type dimension helps to identify the type of charge covered for a specific charge item. For example with AWS this helps distinguish between RI fees, usage fees, saving plan fees, taxes (if applicable) and so on.
CreditA credit is usually a cloud provider’s way of implementing discounts such as Committed Use Discount or Sustained Use Discount or free-tier usage of a service
FolderFolder can contain projects, other folders, or a combination of both. ... For example, your organization might contain multiple departments, each with its own set of Google Cloud resources. folders allow you to group these resources on a per-department basis.
OperationThe specific AWS operation covered by this line item. This describes the specific usage of the line item. For example, a value of
RunInstancesindicates the operation of an Amazon EC2 instance.
ProjectThis dimension refers to the AWS Account ID; whereas for Google Cloud this identifies the Project ID
ResourceAt the lowest level, resources are the fundamental components that make up all Google Cloud services. Examples of resources include Compute Engine Virtual Machines (VMs), Pub/Sub topics, Cloud Storage buckets, App Engine instances. All these lower level resources can only be parented by projects, which represent the first grouping mechanism of the Google Cloud resource hierarchy.
ServiceA service is the high-level “type” of cloud technology that can be broken down into SKUs. A SKU is the resource itself for which there’s a given price per unit.
UnitThe "Unit" dimension corresponds to the "Usage" Metric. This varies by service but generally refers to their unit of measure. e.g. Core - "hour"; Ram - "gigabyte hour"; EC2 - "vCPU-Hours"
Year | Month | DayBy default, when you create a new report, the "Year", "Month", and "Day" dimensions would already be added as shown on the example image below.
The Date/Time dimension is also linked to the display option "Time Interval", thus the selection here will add/remove a Date/Time dimension accordingly. For example, when Time Interval "Hour" is selected, "Hour" will also be automatically added to the dimensions.
GKE NamespaceThe Kubernetes namespace from which the usage is generated.
GKE ClusterA cluster is the foundation of Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE): the Kubernetes objects that represent your containerized applications all run on top of a cluster.
GKE RegionThe Google cloud region in which the GKE nodes are running at/resides
GKE ResourceThe GKE resource in use, such as "cpu", "memory", and "storage".