When you have linked accounts within a Consolidated Billing account family, AWS includes something called a “blended rate” in your billing reports. The blended rates that AWS calculates for each of your usage types can be challenging to interpret—but misunderstanding their significance can be costly, which is why it’s important that you understand how they work.
In this video, Cloudability Technical Account Manager Mike McCullough will walk you through the basics of blended and unblended rates.
After watching the video, check out our follow-up video on understanding the injected line item. Then, try out these Cloudability reports to see blended and unblended rate in action:
To learn more about blended and unblended rates, check out our AWS 101: Data Sources.