Author: Arun Krishnan/Thursday, October 25, 2018/Categories: General, Windows Azure Pack, Usage and Billing
Veeam Cloud Connect is a cloud-enabled backup management platform that enables service providers to extend their backup infrastructure to the cloud for their tenants/ end users. It integrates cloud repositories directly into the Veeam backup console through which the tenants can back up their virtual machines.
How Cloud Assert Billing solution plays a vital role in charging back the customers:
Many enterprises are worried on how to charge their end customers based on the resources utilized/ backup usages done via Veeam Cloud Connect within Windows Azure pack portals?
Stop worrying! With Cloud Assert Usage and Billing solutions, you can charge back your customers based on the usages right within the WAP portals.
Cloud Assert built Billing solution to integrate Veeam Cloud Connect with WAP (Windows Azure pack) portal that enables administrator/ hosting service provider to compute the cost of their tenants based on the usages/ resource utilized.
Billing for Veeam Cloud Connect within Windows Azure Pack:
First, the administrator has to configure Veeam cloud repository, and backup quota details in the Windows Azure Pack plan via Cloud Assert billing Service.
Then, it will be available in the tenant portal under Usage and Billing → Marketplace tab.
A tenant can subscribe to the required plan they need under the given plans created by the admin, and if the selected plan enabled with the VAC (Veeam Availability Console) will automatically create an account for the tenant into the Veeam Cloud Connect.
The usage details fetched from the Veeam Cloud Connect platform, and the tenants can view/ download their usages summary from the WAP - Billing tenant portal itself.
Admin and the tenants can see the invoices for the month into their respective portals under Invoice tab.
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SaaS applications amid the quarter finished May 31 and $3.4 billion for the year give it a real opportunity to overwhelm SAP as the world's #1 supplier of big business applications, especially in the huge cloud ERP showcase.