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Setup budget in Microsoft Azure
Getting Started –
Cost management is central hub for managing anything that is cost related in Azure.
Click on Cost Management:
Then click on Budgets to create a budget that is under Cost Management.
Fill in the details like budget Name, Reset period, Creation date, Expiration date, and Amount and click next. In the given screenshot I am putting $1000 for my budget, you can choose according to your subscription.
Now setup an Alert for notification in case usage goes up. I am putting Forecasted 90%, if usage goes 90% then will get an alert notification. Now you can add Alert recipients(email) and choose Language and hit Create.
In this article, we have learned how to set up a Budget and setup an alert notification in Microsoft Azure.