Budgets provide insight into spending across entire accounts, allowing users to create and plan a budget scoped to their account, clouds, tenants, users, or groups.

Creating A Budget

  1. Navigate to Operations > Costing > Budgets

  2. Create a new budget and enter in the following:

    1. Name

    2. Description

    3. Scope: Here you can choose which construct this budget is tied to (Account, Tenant, Cloud, Group, or User)

    4. Period

    5. Year: Select a year to set budgets for future years or “custom” to create a multi-year budget or input a custom fiscal year as required by your organization

    6. Interval: Choose Month, Quarter, Year then fill in the budget for that interval



Multi-year Budgets

Some organizations may need to create multi-year budgets or may need to set a fiscal year period. By default, annual budgets are tied to a calendar year (January - December) but Morpheus offers the flexibility of setting a fiscal year period when needed. When selecting a value from the YEAR dropdown in the add/edit budget modal, select “Custom” rather than one of the discreet years from the list. After selecting Custom, START DATE and END DATE fields allow the user to input any desired fiscal year period. Users can enter a period of up to three years using the start and end date bookends. The entered period must be one, two or three full years, partial years are not permitted.

In the example below, I’ve created a three-year budget:


Cloud Budgets

If you scope a budget to a cloud visit the cloud summary page in Infrastructure > Clouds > Select Cloud > Summary for a detailed breakdown of the costing


View Budget Summary

To view the budget summary, click into the budget to see the actual vs budgeted spend for the interval selected.

To edit the budget just select EDIT


Budget Analytics

In Operations > Analytics > Budget Analysis select scope (Account, Tenant, Cloud, Group, User) to view the budget analysis.