Anomaly Detection
AWS Lens
Understand in-depth your Amazon Web Services usage using dedicated AWS Lens dashboard
Having full visibility into your services' operations and being accountable for your cloud finances to fully manage costs is crucial, whether fixed or variable. Use the AWS Lens dashboard to decide how and when to optimize costs, monitor performance, and more. This dashboard will show up if you have Amazon Web Services accounts.
To access the dashboard, select AWS Lens from the list of dashboards:
A screenshot showing the AWS Lens dashboard
Each of the preset widgets serves its own purpose. Continue reading for more information about each widget.

Cost By Service

Review your AWS expenses over the last 6 months. Costs are broken down by the top ten AWS services you use across all AWS accounts.
A screenshot of the Cost By Service report widget

Cost By Top AWS Accounts

Review the AWS costs per AWS account in your organization.
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Cost By Region

Focus on AWS costs by AWS region. Look out for unrecognized regions to avoid unexpected costs.
A screenshot of the Cost By Region report widget

S3 Cost by Bucket

Focus on your Simple Storage System (S3) usage and monitor your costs with a breakdown by bucket name.
A screenshot of the S3 Cost by Bucket report widget

S3 by Operation Type

Review your Simple Storage System (S3) costs for the storage tier you're using.
A screenshot of the S3 by Operation Type report widget

EBS by Volume Type

Gain insights into how your application is using the Elastic Block Storage (EBS) with a breakdown by storage type.
A screenshot of the EBS by Volume Type report widget

Flexsave AWS

See a visual summary of your Flexsave compute savings.
A screenshot of the Flexsave AWS report widget