Get Started with Hyperglance & Azure

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Deploy via the Azure Marketplace

  • Includes a 7-day free trial
  • Options up to 20,000 resources
  • Invoiced via Azure Marketplace
  • Charged per hour
  • Start & stop anytime

Start Your Free Trial Now

Our 7-day free trial is a VM deployed via the Azure Marketplace - you'll need to BYOL (Bring Your Own License). Getting that license is easy:

 

  1. Fill in the form below
  2. Shortly after, you'll be sent an email containing your free trial license key
  3. Apply your license using the instructions in that email

If you've changed your mind and would prefer to deploy Hyperglance in your own VM instead, then head here.

Not sure how many resources you have?

You can find out how many resources you have by analyzing your Azure data.

Our guide shows you how to do this using the Azure Portal, Azure CLI, or Powershell.

Other Common Questions

Can you cancel Hyperglance?

Hyperglance comes with a 7-day free trial. After your trial, if you're using Hyperglance via the Azure or AWS Marketplaces, you can just stop the Hyperglance instance running.

Please contact us if you have a local installation and would like to cancel.

How is Hyperglance billed?

If you are using Hyperglance via the AWS or Azure Marketplace, it is provisioned as an AWS or Azure instance so it is billed only when the instance is running. The cost per hour depends on the number of resources you need. For example, if you run a 500 resource Hyperglance instance in AWS for 20 hours in a month the cost would be 1.23 * 20 = $24.60 (plus any cloud vendor charges).

With local installations, you pay annually, and there are no hourly charges. You benefit from 12 months for the price of 10.

How is Hyperglance invoiced?

If you using Hyperglance via the AWS or Azure Marketplace, you are invoiced directly by them, from your already established payment method. The cost is just another line item on your bill.

If you have installed Hyperglance locally, you will be invoiced directly by us at the start of the period.

What does Hyperglance count as a resource?

Here's a full list of what is considered a resource in Hyperglance.

A ‘Resource’ to Hyperglance is an instance/VM, Load balancer, Gateway, S3 Bucket, Database instance, or Peering Connection with all of its associated data, that is defined as a single entity or instance by its primary source platform. We don’t count interfaces, links, attributes or chart data as separate ‘Resources’.

What other resource limit options are there?

Once you've established how many resources you have, you can choose the resource option with enough capacity to meet your needs. For example, if you have 8,100 resources, you should opt for an 'Up to 10,000 resource' licence.

The following resource licence options are available through the AWS & Azure marketplaces:

  • Up to 100 resources: USD 0.43 per hour
  • Up to 250 resources: USD 0.76 per hour
  • Up to 500 resources: USD 1.23 per hour
  • Up to 1,000 resources: USD 2.00 per hour
  • Up to 2,000 resources: USD 3.24 per hour
  • Up to 5,000 resources: USD 6.15 per hour
  • Up to 10,000 resources: USD 9.99 per hour
  • Up to 20,000 resources: USD 16.21 per hour

 If you'd like a quote for more than 20,000 resources, or would like a local installation, please send us a message.

Is Hyperglance a shared service?

No, Hyperglance runs in a VM/Instance inside AWS or Azure, deployed via the AWS or Azure Marketplace. There is no shared data and you control access.

Is data secure in Hyperglance?

Yes, it is. Hyperglance is not a SaaS platform and runs inside AWS or Azure. Hyperglance doesn’t call back to base, and is self-contained.

Can you add data into Hyperglance?

Yes, you can. Hyperglance comes with an extensive RESTful API that you can use to augment or create links, interfaces, alarms and attributes. You can also add hyperlinks to any entity.

Does Hyperglance support AWS GovCloud?

Yes, Hyperglance supports the GovCloud regions. Hyperglance can run as an isolated instance in a GovCloud region or it can connect to the GovCloud regions API endpoint when running in another region.

Does Hyperglance support Azure Government?

Not at the moment, although we are working towards it. Please drop us a message and let us know if you're interested.

 

Can Hyperglance be deployed into a Kubernetes cluster?

No, not at the moment. Hyperglance can be deployed via the AWS & Azure Marketplaces, or in your own instance/VM.