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You can visualize your Atlas billing data in Atlas Charts by creating a billing dashboard. Billing dashboards are dashboards with prebuilt charts that help you monitor your Atlas usage. After you ingest your billing data, you can add a billing dashboard and customize it to suit your specific billing needs.
To learn more about how Atlas bills your deployments, see Manage Billing.
Billing dashboards provide metrics and detailed charts about the usage in your organization across different categories and periods of time. The insights from your dashboard can help you optimize your Atlas spending.
By default, billing dashboards include the following metrics and charts:
Total spending across your organization
Biggest spenders in your organization
Total spending by instance size, project, cluster, product category, or SKU
Total cost by product category
To create a billing dashboard, you must have at least
Project Data Access Read/Write permissions.
At any given time, billing dashboards use the last twelve months of your organization's billing data.
If you change an existing invoice, Atlas updates the billing data in your ingestion only if you've incurred the invoice within the last three months. Any invoice changes reflect in your dashboard after the next scheduled ingestion.
To ingest your billing data and add a billing dashboard:
Enter your Organization public API key and Organization private API key.
To learn how to create and view an API key for your organization, see Grant Programmatic Access to Atlas.
From the dropdown, select the Target deployment to store your billing data.
(Optional) Change the Database name.
Charts uses the Invoices API to ingest the last twelve months of your organization's billing data into the specified deployment and database. After you create the initial ingestion, Atlas ingests billing data daily.
To edit an existing billing ingestion:
To delete an existing billing ingestion: