S3 Bill by Bucket
Not sure this place to get answer but will ask anyway.. I have multiple buckets under my account. However, when I get bill from Amazon it is for all buckets. any good way to get this broken down?
thanks. while not ideal it kind of works. it gives me a 113 rows of data with buckets and usage values. if i sum up the values by bucket it allows me to calculate a percent usage basically. i can then take that % and apply the total bill to get bucket expense.
however, ideally, i would get on the bill broken down by bucket so accounting could just cut/paste the info and apply to each customer
I’ll keep looking. Are you using CloudBerry Managed Backup?
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