Automatically convert EC2, EBS, RDS and Reserved RDS from the AWS Cost Calculator to a CSV, for convenience.
Currency Conversion is back! Huge shoutout to https://exchangeratesapi.io/ for their free currency exchange API.
New update to fix issues reported by users with the CSV Export failing in some regions. This was caused by the base64 encoding failing on some UTF-8 Characters, and has been resolved with the use of a different Base64 Library.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
Minor release just to restore overall functionality. We have removed currency conversion functionality due to fixer.io changing their API Rates/Plans (no longer free). Will devise a workaround to restore this functionality, but for now this will get users out of trouble.
Another minor update to include the target currency, conversion rate and date in the EC2 CSV.
Just a minor update to let you convert costs of EC2 Instances and your Total Monthly Bill to your local currency. Let me know if you have any problems with this!
Fixed a bug where the same data was displayed for each item in the CSV File. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Added support for RDS and Reserved RDS Instances.
Fixed another issue with alternate URLs - http://s3.amazonaws.com/calculator and https://s3.amazonaws.com/calculator are now accepted as URLs the button will appear on
Fixed an issue where the "Make CSV" Button would not appear if you loaded a NON-HTTPS version of the Cost Calculator.
You can only generate CSV Exports for the current tab that you are on - not all tabs at the same time.
If you work with AWS, you'll find yourself using the AWS Cost Calculator on a regular basis.
But, what about those times when you want to copy and paste your Cost Calculator into a Word Document, or an Excel Spreadsheet? It sure does suck doing them one-by-one, and I got annoyed with doing that manually and now you don't have to do it manually either!
AWS Cost Calculator CSV Export lets you export your AWS Cost Calculator to a CSV file, which you can then manipulate into whatever you want with Excel.
Want to put it into a Word document? No problem, you can do that.
Want to put it into an Excel spreadsheet and do some fancy formulas? No problem, you can do that.
At the moment, this only works with EC2 Instances and EBS Volumes, but coming soon we'll have more options for exporting.