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In the Azure portal, navigate to cost analysis for your scope. For example: Cost Management + Billing > Cost Management > Cost analysis. https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cost-management-billing/costs/cost-analysis-common-uses
If you haven't already completed the first quickstart for Cost Management, read it at Start analyzing costs.
I would recommened you to contact Azure Billing and Subscription team would be the best to provide more insight and guidance on this scenario: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/support/options/ it's free, and it's the best choice
When it comes to cost analysis for implementing Virtual Machines (VMs) and Virtual Machine Scale Sets (VMSS) with encryption at host enabled policy, there are a few factors to consider:
VM size: The cost of VMs and VMSS depends on the size of the VMs. Larger VMs with more CPU and memory will cost more than smaller VMs. You can use the Azure pricing calculator to estimate the cost of VMs and VMSS based on the size and number of VMs you need.
Storage: The cost of storage also depends on the amount of data you need to store. With encryption at host enabled policy, the data is encrypted at the host level, which means that you need to use Azure Disk Encryption (ADE) to encrypt the disks. ADE uses Azure Key Vault to store the encryption keys, which also incurs additional costs.
Networking: The cost of networking depends on the amount of data transfer and the number of network interfaces you need. With encryption at host enabled policy, the data is encrypted at the host level, which means that the data transfer between the VMs and the storage is also encrypted. This can increase the amount of data transfer and the cost of networking.
Compliance: If you need to comply with certain regulations or standards, such as HIPAA or PCI DSS, you may need to implement encryption at host enabled policy to meet the requirements. However, this may also increase the cost of implementation and maintenance.
In general, implementing encryption at host enabled policy can increase the cost of VMs and VMSS due to the additional costs of storage, networking, and compliance. However, the benefits of encryption, such as increased security and compliance, may outweigh the costs.
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