Billing and Cost Management

AWS controls and solutions to help manage costs in an AWS environment. Controls include AWS Budgets and CloudWatch alarms.

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Budget
AWS Cost Budget
AWS
AWS Budgets provide the ability to set custom budgets that can alert when costs exceed (or are forecasted to exceed) the budgeted amount. (Default configured budget is 1000 USD)
Billing
AWS Cost Budget with Notification
AWS
AWS Budgets provide the ability to set custom budgets that can alert when costs exceed (or are forecasted to exceed) the budgeted amount. A notification has been configured when the actual costs exceed 80% of the budget (Default is 1000 USD).
Billing
CloudWatch Alarms
AWS Billing Alarm
AWS
A CloudWatch Alarm that triggers the AWS bill reaches the specified threshold (default: 100 USD).
Billing
IAM Policy
Allows Starting or Stopping an EC2 Instance and Modifying a Security Group
EC2
A policy that allows starting or stopping a specific EC2 instance and modifying a specific security group (Programmatically and in the Console).
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Allows Launching EC2 Instances in a Specific Subnet, Programmatically and in the Console
EC2
A policy that allows listing information for all EC2 objects and launching EC2 instances in a specific subnet. This policy also provides the permissions necessary to complete this action on the console.
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Allows Managing EC2 Security Groups Associated With a Specific VPC, Programmatically and in the Console
EC2
A policy that allows managing Amazon EC2 security groups associated with a specific virtual private cloud (VPC). This policy also provides the permissions necessary to complete this action on the console.
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Allows Full EC2 Access Within a Specific Region, Programmatically and in the Console
EC2
A policy hat allows full EC2 access within a specific region. This policy also provides the permissions necessary to complete this action on the console.
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Allow Users to Launch Approved Images and Use Existing Security Groups Only, Programmatically and in the Console.
EC2
An IAM policy that prevents users from creating their own security groups, and allows users to only launch approved AMIs (Amazon Machine Images). Approved images are identified with Tags (Example, Tag Key: Approved, Tag Value: True). This policy provides the permissions necessary to complete this action programmatically or from the console.
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Tags
Allow Starting or Stopping EC2 Instances Based on a User's Username, Programmatically and in the Console.
EC2
An IAM policy that allows an IAM user to start or stop EC2 instances, but only if the instance tag Owner has the value of that user's user name. This policy also provides the permissions necessary to complete this action on the console.
Console Access
API and CLI Access
Tags
Limit Terminating EC2 Instances to an IP Address Range
EC2
An IAM policy that prevents users from terminating EC2 instances when the request does not come from a specified IP range. This policy provides the permissions necessary to complete this action using the AWS API or AWS CLI only
Console Access
API and CLI Access