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Foglight Cloud is MACC certified

Foglight Cloud is now available on the Azure Marketplace where you can take advantage of the Azure consumption commitment benefits. Foglight Cloud offers extensive diagnostic capabilities and performance monitoring for databases, servers, virtual machines, containers, and cloud services. Foglight Cloud helps reduce TCO and assists your IT team in overcoming the challenges of managing the numerous and diverse database, cloud, and virtualization platforms you are required to support.
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Microsoft Azure consumption commitment benefits refer to the advantages that customers can enjoy when they make a commitment to a specific level of Azure usage and spending over a defined period. These commitments are typically made through programs such as Azure Reserved Instances (RIs) or Enterprise Agreements (EAs). Here are some of the key benefits associated with Azure consumption commitments:

One of the primary benefits is cost savings. By committing to a certain amount of Azure usage, customers often receive discounted rates compared to pay-as-you-go pricing. This can result in significant cost savings for organizations with predictable and consistent workloads.
Azure consumption commitments provide a level of predictability to the organization's budget. With committed usage, customers can better estimate their monthly or annual Azure costs, making it easier to plan and allocate resources.
With Azure Reserved Instances, customers commit to a one- or three-year term for a specific VM instance type in a particular region. This commitment results in a discount compared to pay-as-you-go pricing. RIs are suitable for workloads with consistent and predictable usage.
Some Azure commitment programs offer flexibility in payment options. Customers may have the choice to pay upfront, monthly, or annually, depending on the specific program they choose.
Some commitment programs provide flexibility in how committed resources are used within certain boundaries. For example, reserved capacity might be applied across different VM sizes or families within the same region.
Azure consumption commitments can be integrated into broader Enterprise Agreements, providing organizations with a centralized and flexible approach to managing their Azure services across the enterprise.
In some cases, committing to a certain level of Azure usage may provide access to additional services, support levels, or other benefits that are not available to pay-as-you-go customers.