Define the schedule for downloading billing data To obtain the data that appears on billing reports, a job (scheduled script) downloads the billing data from the provider to the ServiceNow database. Before you beginRole required: cloud_admin About this taskRunning multiple scheduled jobs at one time can cause significant performance degradation. When possible, schedule cloud discovery, billing data download, and resource optimization jobs to run a few hours apart instead of overlapping.To view scheduled jobs, navigate to Cloud Management > Administration > VM Snapshot Scheduled Jobs.Note: When you delete a job definition, all associated scheduled jobs are deleted. Procedure For your provider; Amazon AWS Cloud or Microsoft Azure Cloud: Navigate to Administration > Report Schedules. Select an existing job or click New and then specify the following values: Field Value Job name Name of the scheduled job that will download the billing data to the ServiceNow database. EA credential Select the appropriate Enterprise Agreement credential. Note: You can configure only one scheduled job for each EA credential. Scheduler [read-only] Name of the script that downloads the data. Note: While you are creating a new job, leave this field blank. While you are updating an existing job, you can modify the scheduler settings (for example, days of the week to run or time to run). Table 1. Read-only information on runs of the job Field Description Last run Completion timestamp for the most recent job run. Last successful run Completion timestamp for the most recent job run that has a State of success. Last run state State of the job that ran most recently. Current job status Status of the currently running job. This field appears when you click Execute Now. Click Submit. The job definition is complete. Jobs will run on the specified schedule. You have the option to update the scheduler that controls the interval that the download repeats at. Download billing data on demand By default, the jobs that download billing and cost data from the provider are scheduled to run on a daily basis. However, you can run a job on demand. You can start a job manually only when the job is not currently running. Before you beginRole required: cloud_admin or admin About this task Note: By default, the job downloads billing and cost data for the current month from the provider. To download data from another specified time period, modify the job scheduler before running the job. Procedure For your provider; Amazon AWS Cloud or Microsoft Azure Cloud: Navigate to Administration > Report Schedules. Select a scheduled job. Click Run now to download the most recent billing and cost data from the provider. Modify a scheduler (for downloading billing data) A scheduler defines the schedule for the job that downloads billing data. While you are updating an existing job, you can update the scheduler settings for the job (for example, specify how often to download the data). Before you beginRole required: cloud_admin About this taskYou can modify the scheduler only for existing jobs. You cannot modify the scheduler while you are defining a job. Procedure For your provider; Amazon AWS Cloud or Microsoft Azure Cloud: Navigate to Billing > Report Schedules. Select an existing job and then click in the Scheduler field. For Repeat interval, specify the interval in Days and Hours between runs of the job.