To view charge data from Cloud Cruiser Express in either of the Windows Azure Pack portals, you must enable Windows Azure Pack to retrieve that data by registering the Cloud Cruiser Express REST API endpoint it will connect to.
<ccServerURL>is the URL to your Cloud Cruiser Express Portal. For example:
adminuser account will also be used by humans, you will likely need to change its password occasionally, which will break the connection from Windows Azure Pack unless you remember to update that password here each time. To remove this dependency, in the future consider creating a dedicated Cloud Cruiser Express user for Windows Azure Pack to use. This user must have the Report User role and be a member of a group with permission to view data for all customers.
You’ve completed the last step of the Installation process overview. Cloud Cruiser Express and Windows Azure Pack are now fully integrated, and you can now view the charges in the Summary and Reports pages of the portal.
NOTE: You will not see charges for subscriptions or add-ons, and might not see charges for some usage that you can verify in Windows Azure Pack. For more information, see Which cost data is available and when.
You might want to do one or more of the following:
Credentials are invalidmessage on the Azure Pack Parameters screen of the installer, you must provide correct Windows Azure Pack credentials to enable Cloud Cruiser Express to collect subscription and usage data. For instructions, see Completing an installation that did not connect to Windows Azure Pack.