Yes. By default, Reserved Instance & Savings Plans "float" across accounts in an AWS organization under a master payer account to maximize savings (if a customer has not disabled the default commitment discount sharing).

Building and maintaining an effective commitment portfolio requires Archera to have access to all AWS accounts in the consolidated billing family that current or plan to contain commitments so that Archera can analyzing resource usage and commitment applicability in aggregate.

If you have multiple different AWS organizations or Master payer accounts Archera also supports adding them into a single consolidated view in an Archera account by adding them as new top level integrations in the settings page.

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