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Command Line utility for cost of aws.

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awscost

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Command Line utility for Provides aws cost very easy to see.

Supports python 3.6 or later.

Examples

show cost

show cost latest 5 months.

$ awscost -g MONTHLY -p 5
key                                       2019-07    2019-08    2019-09    2019-10    2019-11    2019-12
--------------------------------------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ---------  ---------
Total                                      348.34      97.4       98.46     106.47      67.25       7.84
EC2 - Other                                 34.28      34.28      33.2       34.28      33.63       3.01
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud - Compute      17.11      17.11      16.56      17.11      17.13       1.47
AWS Cost Explorer                                                                        0.56       1.44
Tax                                         25.8        7.22       7.27       9.72       6.12       0.69
AWS CloudTrail                               3.29       3.21       4.15       5.57       4.44       0.61
AWS Key Management Service                   0          0          2.8        4          4          0.35
AmazonCloudWatch                             1.5        0.01       0          0          0.88       0.11
Amazon Route 53                              0.1        0.1        0.1        0.1        0.1        0.1
Amazon Simple Storage Service                0.25       0.24       0.27       0.45       0.4        0.05
AWS Lambda                                   0          0          0          0          0          0
Amazon DynamoDB                              0          0          0          0          0
Amazon Elastic File System                   0          0          0          0          0          0
Amazon SageMaker                           266         35.22      34.11      35.22       0
Amazon Simple Notification Service           0          0                                0
Amazon Polly                                                                  0
Amazon Simple Queue Service                                                              0

show cost latest 3 days, group by SERVICE and operation.

$ awscost -g DAILY -p 3 -d SERVICE -d OPERATION
key                                                             2019-12-01    2019-12-02    2019-12-03
------------------------------------------------------------  ------------  ------------  ------------
Total                                                                 2.87          2.1           2.87
GetCostAndUsage,AWS Cost Explorer                                                   0.02          1.42
NatGateway,EC2 - Other                                                1.08          1.08          0.77
RunInstances,Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud - Compute                   0.55          0.55          0.37
None,AWS CloudTrail                                                   0.22          0.22          0.17
Unknown,AWS Key Management Service                                    0.13          0.13          0.09
Unknown,AmazonCloudWatch                                              0.04          0.04          0.03
CreateVolume-Gp2,EC2 - Other                                          0.03          0.03          0.01
PutObject,Amazon Simple Storage Service                               0.02          0.02          0.01
NoOperation,Tax                                                       0.25
...

support dimensions

  • AZ
  • INSTANCE_TYPE
  • LINKED_ACCOUNT
  • OPERATION
  • PURCHASE_TYPE
  • SERVICE
  • USAGE_TYPE
  • PLATFORM
  • TENANCY
  • RECORD_TYPE
  • LEGAL_ENTITY_NAME
  • DEPLOYMENT_OPTION
  • DATABASE_ENGINE
  • CACHE_ENGINE
  • INSTANCE_TYPE_FAMILY
  • REGION
  • BILLING_ENTITY
  • RESERVATION_ID
  • SAVINGS_PLANS_TYPE
  • SAVINGS_PLAN_ARN
  • OPERATING_SYSTEM

see. https://docs.aws.amazon.com/aws-cost-management/latest/APIReference/API_GetDimensionValues.html

Various format(-t option)

example, use -t tsv.

default is simple.

$ awscost -d SERVICE -d OPERATION -t tsv
key                                                             01-24   01-25   01-26   01-27   01-28   01-29   01-30   01-31   02-01   02-02
Total                                                            2       2       2       2       2.02    2.01    2.01    2.01    2.5     1.67
EC2 - Other,NatGateway                                           1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    1.08    0.9
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud - Compute,RunInstances              0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.55    0.46
...

support format

  • simple(default)
  • plain
  • github
  • grid
  • fancy_grid
  • pipe
  • orgtbl
  • jira
  • presto
  • psql
  • rst
  • mediawiki
  • moinmoin
  • youtrack
  • html
  • latex
  • latex_raw
  • latex_booktabs
  • textile
  • tsv

Settings

aws auth support following.

  • environment
  • profile(use --profile option.)
  • instance profile

Python API

from awscost.cost_explorer import CostExplorer
from dateutil.relativedelta import relativedelta
from datetime import datetime

start = (datetime.today() - relativedelta(months=3)).strftime("%Y-%m-01")
end = datetime.today().strftime("%Y-%m-01")

cost_explorer = CostExplorer(
    "MONTHLY", start, end, dimensions=["SERVICE"], metrics="UnblendedCost"
).get_cost_and_usage_total_and_group_by()

# return dict data. 
cost_explorer # =>
# {   'AWS CloudTrail': {'2019-11': 4.44, '2019-12': 6.17, '2020-01': 4.38},
#     'AWS Lambda': {'2019-11': 0.0, '2019-12': 0.0, '2020-01': 0.0},
# ...
#     'Total': {'2019-11': 67.15, '2019-12': 72.22, '2020-01': 68.11}}

matplotlib

...

import matplotlib.pyplot as plt

plt.figure(figsize=(25, 15), dpi=100)
plt.xlabel('month', fontsize=16)
plt.ylabel('$', fontsize=16)
plt.grid(True)
for i, (service_name, v) in enumerate(cost_explorer.items()):
    left = list(v.keys())
    height = list(v.values())
    plt.plot(left, height, linewidth=2, label=service_name, marker='o')
plt.legend(loc='best', fontsize=15, numpoints=5)

plt.show()

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

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