• How do you connect to my Azure and which permissions do you use?
• Is there a way to use Overcast without using my Azure Administrators credentials?
• What are your security standards?
• Why are my costs and savings at $0 in Overcast?
• What Azure resources are covered by your savings recommendations?
• Do you cover Azure reserved instances?
• What is your roadmap?
• Is Overcast available for CSP?
• Do you offer services for AWS?
• What differentiates Overcast with other solutions on the market?
• How can I find my Azure tenant ID?
Overcast will consume billing data and metrics coming from your Azure subscriptions using a permissions delegation model. Find more info in our article Authorizations for Overcast
Yes! Simply create a dedicated user account to access Overcast with a restricted set of permissions. Find out how
At Overcast, we want to be fully transparent with how we handle your data in order to give you full confidence in using our product. There's no short answer to this, please visit Security in Overcast for more details.
You might not have the required reading rights on your Azure portal. We encourage you to refer your Azure administrator to the following page Authorizations in Overcast Otherwise, you might be using a personal account, try with a corporate account.
Our recommendations are based on 11 different rules, which cover 95% of all optimization scenarios. They are all documented in our help center
Yes! Great savings can be applied using Reserved Instances. Find more info on how we deliver value with this specific recommendation in this article
We're glad you're asking! We are currently working on improving our reporting and collaboration modules, while improving our optimization algorithms. Want to propose features? Please contact us using our on-site chat :)
Yes, Overcast is available for Cloud Service Providers that have a purchased a license. Find more info on our help center.
Not for now. Overcast is only offered for Microsoft Azure.
3 things: Simplicity, performances and our licence cost.
If your Azure AD is associated to a domain, you can go to WhatismytenantID.com and enter your domain name. Your tenant ID will be provided.