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Add support for multiple billing accounts per cloud provider
We are trying to add 2 AWS master billing accounts to Turbo and found out that Turbo does not support that configuration. We are also trying to add 2 Azure EA's and that is not supported either. We need Turbo to support multiple billing accounts per cloud provider as our organization has multiple due to acquisitions and country specific billing requirements. Would be great to have all of our AWS and Azure environments targeted in one Turbo instance so we don't have to have multiple Turbo instances as that requires too much overhead in managing multiple instances configuration. We don't want to have to have 2 different instances of Turbo and having to train our users on which one to use for which environment, which can get confusing and no easy way to view all recommendations/potential for our global environment. We want a full-stack, single pane of glass view of all our cloud environments showing the correct discounted costs across all of our cloud accounts in a single instance of Turbo.
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