This document outlines the new features that are being pushed on to CloudRecon Prod environment. Customers will be able to leverage these new features by taking this document as a guideline.
This document is an outline of the new features that are being rolled out on CloudRecon portal in December 2021. Customers will be able to use this document as a guide to leverage the benefits of these new features.
This document is to be used as a reference with target audience which includes company internal personnel, customers, partners.
Use case: Users will now get a new UI look for the dashboard on CloudRecon. The new dashboard view will give you insights like status on available reports, available data status that will give you an overview of your inventory data as well as the reports available in your account.
Introducing new report in CloudRecon. Lift&Shift SAP Assessment.
Use Case: You can now use this new report in CloudRecon to generate SAP on Azure based assessment.
This report will only be generated if you upload SAP information via Missing/Update Info-> SAP workload. Once the data is uploaded using this feature, navigate to Cloud Migration-> SAP(Lift&Shift) to view this report. You can view the monthly cost comparisons for PAYG, 1YRI and 3YRI payment models and the SAP machines considered to calculate this cost under the “SAP Machines” tab along with the SAP count details.
Use Case: The new AVD assessment report will let you generate customized report around Azure virtual desktop. You can manually input values for required desktop user group as shown below in fig 5.
Once you click on “Save Input” , the assessment will be generated under the “Assessment Details’ tab.
Use Case: The new Lift&Shift Azure VMware solution report will provide you details on as is AVS migration to azure.
You will be able to see the on-premise vs Azure comparison on number of VMs, cores and storage along with number of Azure AVS nodes.
This report will also give you details like:
Use Case: This new report will provide you details for sizing apps on Azure along with monthly cost estimates. This report will showcase below details
Under the “App Service Details” tab, you can get details on applications considered under this report as shown below in Fig 8. Here you can
You can also make these changes in bulk by following process
Use Case: This new report provides information about the Carbon Emission of your infrastructure. This report will showcase below details.
Use Case: You can now apply the disk sizing based on IOPS on CloudRecon under the Lift&Shift “Managed Disk” tab.
CloudRecon by default does sizing based on used storage. But using this toggle button you can switch the sizing based on IOPS and adjust the pricing accordingly for your storage. . You can now also reset the storage type back to the CloudRecon default recommendation by clicking on the “Reset” button as shown below in fig 8. This way you can make changes to the storage type as per your liking and flip it back to the default recommendation with push of a button.
Introducing new options to update existing information or add any missing data in your inventory.
Use Case: You can now upload SAP workload information from your inventory to. You can tag individual machines to show which machine is running SAP workload on the downloaded template. Mention the SAP count as well in the same. If SAP count is not mentioned, then CloudRecon will consider the same as a “0” to generate the Lift&Shift report.
Use case: The Updated AVD assessment report as shown below in Fig 10, will now display Premium File Storage and Azure NetApp Files Storage cost calculations under “AVD Total Infrastructure Cost” under the “User Groups” tab as shown in the Fig 11. You can view the cost calculations of these two categories for all the User Groups available.
Note that both the Premium File Storage and NetApp File are optional. The monthly storage cost calculations for these two categories along with Managed Disk will be visible under the new “Storage Cost” tab as shown below in Fig 15.
Use case: The updated SQL VCore Report will now give you below information on the “Cost Summary” tab:
The revised SQL VCore report will now also give details on the “Component Services(IaaS & PaaS)” tab.
Use case: The updated SQL MI report will now give you more relevant details on the “Cost Summary” tab.
The report will also give details under the “Component Service(IaaS & PaaS)” tab:
Use case: Partner will now be able to select the account name while uploading inventory on the portal. This feature will be available under all the data collection tool’s inventory upload option.
Once they select the account name they will get the option to upload the data.