Azure Enterprise Agreement Onboarding

Note: The value of the currency can no longer be changed after boarding. You must delete the account and return to it if you need to change the currency. This is due to the fact that the entire billing process is stored in the selected currency and it is not possible to return and change this data. If you need to change the settings, click on the 3-point menu at the far right to select « Edit » and change one of the settings. The process is very similar to the boarding steps described above. As an Azure Enterprise Administrator, you can enable account holders in your organization to create subscriptions based on the EA Dev/Test offering. To do this, enable the De development/test field for the account holder in the Azure EA portal. If your enterprise administrator can`t support you, create a support case for the Azure Enterprise portal. Provide the following information: Before you can create an Azure (EA) enterprise plan subscription, your account must be added by your EA enrollment administrator in the Azure EA portal to the account holder`s role. Next, you`ll need to sign in to the Azure EA portal to get your permission to create EA plan subscriptions.

We recommend that your first EA subscription be created via the « + Add Subscription » link in the « Subscription » tab on the EA Portal. However, once your account is authorized, it may be easier to create subscriptions portal.azure.com in the Subscription tab in the upper-left corner of the page, where you can create and rename your subscription in a single step. Yes, you can transfer ownership of the subscription to another account. For example, if account A has three subscriptions, the company administrator can transfer one subscription to account B, one to account C, and one to account D. Or you can transfer all subscriptions to account E. Enterprise admins and service admins use departments to organize and report on Azure for enterprise services and usage by department and cost center. The company administrator can: The Azure portal is now also used for cost management of enterprise subscriptions. Originally, the EA Portal was developed for most of the financial and billing aspects of business registration. Image Source: Microsoft Security Compass Workshop All configurations made during onboarding can be viewed here.

You can also view the status of onboarding at the bottom left of this page: This article explains the general tasks of an administrator in the Azure EA portal (ea.azure.com). . . .