Click on the organization name in the upper right corner. You'll find it under the organization profile:
How can I download the Available Savings report?
You need to enable automated management of your cluster by CAST AI and be an Owner to perform such an action.
We currently restrict data queries for ranges exceeding 32 days. We're working on developing historical reports to address this limitation.
[Note to Anthony - needs image of higher quality]
[Note to Anahita - that image is old and currently today we just block them from being able to go past month. We can proceed without an image here. ]
Costs per workload are calculated using the cost of the node each workload is running on then looking at the percentage of CPU and Memory being consumed by that workload on that node.
Example: Workload 1 has 3 pods, requests of 1 CPU and 1 GB of memory, and is running on 3 different nodes due to an anti-affinity rule:
- Node 1: $.038/CPU/hr and $.0038/GB/hr
- Node2: $.054/CPU/hr and $.005/GB/hr
- Node3: $.048/CPU/hr and $.0038/GB/hr
The workload cost would be $.1526/hr. The total cumulative workload costs won't add up to the entire cluster cost because we don't attribute empty space to a workload; we attribute unused space to lost efficiency.
Yes. Head over to the node list and click Delete node located on the right side. This will trigger the standard cordon/drain process and the deletion of the node once it's empty.
Currently, there's no export option available for the security report.
Yes, you can find this information at the Trust Center.
This is happening due to time zone roll-off: the new day isn't showing but the old day is rolled off.
The delta is the waste in the cluster since not all resources in the cluster are allocated to a service.
For rightsizing recommendations, the Cost monitoring module analyzes the resource use of a container during the last 5 days and calculates the percentile value (95th percentile for CPU and 99th percentile for RAM).
CAST AI focuses on Kubernetes. In addition to cost savings, it identifies and shares recommendations for rightsizing application workloads, as well as security and compliance reporting.
When the CAST AI agent is installed, it tries to retrieve the metadata endpoint on the scheduled node. It sends the obtained nodeResourceGroup from there.
In the read-only mode, CAST AI doesn't have access to the customer's cloud account, so we rely on the information provided by the agent, specifically the node metadata accessible to the agent. Consequently, it displays the node_Resource_Group. We improve this data in the automated management phase by updating it to a main ResourceGroup.
Read-only: It displays Node Resource Group:
Automated management: It displays the main resource group:
Updated 14 days ago