AWS Budgets

AWS Budgets gives you the ability to set custom budgets that alert you when your costs or usage exceed (or are forecasted to exceed) your budgeted amount.

You can also use AWS Budgets to set reservation utilization or coverage targets and receive alerts when your utilization drops below the threshold you define. Reservation alerts are supported for Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, Amazon ElastiCache, and Amazon Elasticsearch reservations.

Below are the cmdlets which are available with AWS Budgets

Get-BGTBudget                                      DescribeBudget                                
Get-BGTBudgetList                                  DescribeBudgets                               
Get-BGTBudgetPerformanceHistory                    DescribeBudgetPerformanceHistory              
Get-BGTNotificationsForBudget                      DescribeNotificationsForBudget                
Get-BGTSubscribersForNotification                  DescribeSubscribersForNotification            
New-BGTBudget                                      CreateBudget                                  
New-BGTNotification                                CreateNotification                            
New-BGTSubscriber                                  CreateSubscriber                              
Remove-BGTBudget                                   DeleteBudget                                  
Remove-BGTNotification                             DeleteNotification                            
Remove-BGTSubscriber                               DeleteSubscriber                              
Update-BGTBudget                                   UpdateBudget                                  
Update-BGTNotification                             UpdateNotification                            
Update-BGTSubscriber                               UpdateSubscriber                              

You can also check other AWS Services, and each services cmdlets we are providing.

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