Plans & Pricing

Overview

The Plans & Pricing page displays a list of all of your available service plans. From the service plans page you will be able to Create, Edit, and Delete service plans, as well as review basic plan details. The list of plans displayed on this page displays planName, Description, Instances Layout, Memory, Storage, and Cost, as well as an action column to edit and delete. A default set of Service Plans are created in Morpheus . They provide a means to set predefined tiers on memory, storage, cores, and cpu. Price tables can also be applied to these so estimated cost per virtual machine can be tracked as well as pricing for customers.

Service Plans

Create Service Plan

To create service plan

  1. Select the Administration link in the navigation bar.
  2. Select the Plans & Pricing link in the sub navigation bar.
  3. Click the Create Service Plan button.
  4. From the New Service Plan wizard, input:
    • Name
    • Code used as a unique identifier in the API and CLI.
    • Storage size in megabytes.
    • Memory size in megabytes.
    • Cost is internal cost of plan.
    • Price is what the service offering will be priced at.
    • Instance Types that will be associated with this plan.
    • Click the Save Changes button to save.

Edit Service Plan

By default, these options are fixed sizes but can be configured for dynamic sizing. A service plan can be configured to allow a custom user entry for memory, storage, or cpu. To configure this, simply edit an existing Service Plan. These all can be easily managed from the Admin -> Service Plans section.

To edit service plan:

  1. Select the Administration link in the navigation bar.
  2. Select the Plans & Pricing link in the sub navigation bar.
  3. Click the Edit pencil icon on the row of the plan to edit.
  4. Edit the following Edit Service Plan.
  5. Click the Save Changes button to save.

Delete Service Plan

To delete service plan

  1. Select the Administration link in the navigation bar.
  2. Select the Plans & Pricing link in the sub navigation bar.
  3. Click the Delete trashcan icon on the row of the# plan to delete.
  4. Confirm

Pricing

Price Sets

Price sets combine Prices and then attach to Plans. Prices must be created prior to creating Price Sets, but it is recommended to review the Price Set Type options prior to creating Prices.

Price Unit

Select the Price Unit to use for the Price Set.

  • Minute
  • Hour
  • Day
  • Month
  • Year
  • Two Year
  • Three Year
  • Four Year
  • Five Year

Note

Only Prices configured with matching Price Units can be used in a Price Set.

Types

Price Set Types determine what prices the Set is composed of.

Note

Make note of the Price set options below before creating Prices.

Everything
‘Everything’ price sets require 1 or more ‘Everything’ price types and may include ‘Platform’ or ‘Software’ price types.
Compute + Storage
‘Compute + Storage’ price sets require at least one of each ‘Memory CPU’ and ‘Disk Only’ price types and may include ‘Platform’ or ‘Software’ price types.
Component
‘Component’ price sets require at least one of each ‘Memory’, ‘Cores’, ‘CPU’, and ‘Storage’ price types and may include ‘Platform’ or ‘Software’ price types.
Prices
Search for and select Prices to be added to the Price Set. One of each Price Type required for the Price Set Type selected must be added for the Price Set to save.

Price Types

  • Everything
    • One price for all resources Memory, CPU, RAM, and Disks
  • Memory + CPU
  • Memory Only
  • Cores Only
  • Disk Only
  • Platform
  • Software

Price Units

  • Minute
  • Hour
  • Day
  • Month
  • Year
  • Two Year
  • Three Year
  • Four Year
  • Five Year

Currency

  • AUD
  • CHF
  • DKK
  • EUR
  • GBP
  • IDR
  • ILS
  • MAD
  • NOK
  • NZD
  • ROL
  • SEK
  • TRL
  • USD
  • XAF
  • XCD
  • XOF
  • XPF

Cost

The base cost of the resource(s). The Price will match the Cost unless a Price Adjustment is added.

Price Adjustment

None
Default, no markup added and Price will match Cost
Fixed Markup
A fixed amount added to the Cost. Price will equal Cost + Markup.
Percentage Markup
Adds a percentage markup to Cost. Price equals Cost + (Cost x Markup %)
Custom Price
Sets a Price independent from the Cost. If the Cost changes, a Custom Price will not.