Anomaly Detection
Widgets Overview
Widgets are cards you can place on dashboards for additional functionality
Widgets are the building blocks of a dashboard:
A screenshot showing the default dashboard
If you have permission to edit a dashboard, you can add, remove, and reorder the widgets using the Customize button.

Essential Contacts

There are several people involved in making sure your cloud assets are managed to the best possible extent and you're enjoying the best service. Usually, it's the group of your DoiT International and Google/Amazon/Microsoft account managers, depending on which cloud platforms your company uses.
Using this widget you can see who is your account manager at DoiT International as well as at Google, Amazon, and Microsoft. You can use this information to send an email to your Account Manager by clicking on their email address. When using a mobile device, click on the phone number and to dial.
A screenshot showing the Essential Contacts widget
Please note that when you open a new service request, your account manager will be copied to the correspondence. Depending on the chosen cloud platform of the service request, Google, Amazon and Microsoft account managers will be included as well.

Billing Profiles

This widget lists all of your company's billing profiles, including some basic information such as your billing profile's ID, currency and payment method. You can use this widget to update your billing profile by clicking the edit icon.
A screenshot showing the Billing Profiles widget

Latest Invoices

By clicking on the invoice number, you can quickly access the specific invoice.
A screenshot showing the Latest Invoices widget

Overdue Payments

View the overdue payments and see the total amount due in the top right-hand corner.
A screenshot showing the Overdue Payments widget


Subject to the available credits your company has for AWS and/or Google Cloud products, you're able to get a glance at the remaining/used credits, sum, and expiration dates.
A screenshot showing the Credits widget

Licensing Activity

Increase and decrease of licenses in the represented subscription (i.e., G Suite Basic) for the last 12 months. In addition, you can filter the license activity by subscription by clicking the filter button and selecting the subscription you'd like to inspect.
A screenshot showing the Licensing Activity widget

Support Requests

The activity of your company's customer service requests over the last 36 months. Each bar represents how many support requests your company has made with DoiT International per month.
A screenshot showing the Support Requests widget

Monthly Cloud Cost History

Review your AWS consumption over the last 12 months. The bars represent AWS services consumption per month and the different gradients show the amount that each product consumed. Please note that the chart contains only the top 10 AWS services consumed by your accounts.
On the top right-hand corner is the machine learning prediction for the current month.
A screenshot showing the Monthly Cloud Cost History widget for AWS
Review your Google Cloud consumption over the last 12 months. The bars represent Google Cloud services consumption per month.
On the top right-hand corner is the machine learning prediction for the current month.
A screenshot showing the Monthly Cloud Cost History widget for Google Cloud

Cloud Commitment

Analyze your Google Cloud or AWS attainment to your contractual commitments, including forecasts of your future expenses towards the commitment. Using this widget, you can track your actual spending, the remainder of the contract, and managing the rollover for the following period. Also, if you fall short of your commitment for a specific period, you can identify the shortfall.
The chip on the top right-hand corner of the widget displays the forecast of estimated spending for the current period.
The dark blue section of the bar displays the actual spend, and you will be able to see an even darker shade of blue if/when you have a rollover to the next period.
The light blue section of the bar displays the remaining commitment. The pink section of the bar displays the shortfall, i.e., your actual consumption is less than the commitment.
A screenshot showing the Cloud Commitment widget