mercredi 1 août 2012 13:55We belong to bizspark program and have an Azure subscription that has been disabled.
Unfortunately we don't know why and how to see what percentage of our resources is spent.
Anyone know also when Bizspark subcriptions are reenabled?
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mercredi 1 août 2012 17:10
Try going to https://account.windowsazure.com/Subscriptions (log in if necessary), and once you're there, click on the subscription in question. That should take you to a summary page on the billing for the account.
By default, it shows only the common usage metrics - it's likely you have exceeded one of these, and it should be easy to figure out which component put you over, but if not, try clicking the drop down that says "Show Common Usage" and change that to "Show All Usage".
As to your second question, the disable/re-enable cycle happens monthly, and if you've had your account for more than a month, it should have "snapped" to a period that spans from the first to the last of the month. If not, your period could be different, spanning from the first day you had the account to 30 days after, and "snapping" at that point, or it could be a pro-rated period that is from the first day of your account to the last day of the same month, with usage quotas pro-rated into it.
Regardless, your stuff should be re-enabled at the first day of the next billing period (which could be today, or perhaps September 1st, depending on what put you over).
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