This is most likely due to various perspective and reallocation rules not being configured properly.
When containers are first configured within CloudHealth, the resources and allocation reports should work out of the box based on default configurations. These basic configurations include using namespace and pod name for task family and task in a Kubernetes report.
The Cost History for containers, however, will not work out of the box as it requires additional setup. A perspective for the clusters and a perspective for the container groups you want to apply cost to will need to be created. Then a reallocation rule will distribute the data.
Otherwise, the Cost History report will simply show "Assets Not Allocated".
For information regarding how to fully configure containers, see:
Analyze Container Costs
Common questions regarding this topic:
- How can I analyze Kubernetes costs in CloudHealth?
- Can container cost data be pulled into CloudHealth reporting?
- Why are containers costs showing up as "Assets Not Allocated"?