More and more customers are moving to CSP as the preferred licensing model for their Azure platform. Azure CSP is explained here, however in short it is a licensing program for Microsoft partners, as well as a license channel for various cloud services. It allows partners to offer added value to customers through many services, as well as being able to become a trusted advisor to those customers. CSP currently includes Office 365, Dynamics 365, Enterprise Mobility + Security, Azure as well as other Microsoft online services.
When customers are moving from other agreements, e.g. EAS or PAYG they typically need to perform some form of assessment to ensure they can safely migrate their subscriptions to the CSP program. One of those assessments entails understanding whether you have any services that are not available on CSP, as well as also making sure you are running ARM based resources as opposed to ASM (classic) which is not supported through CSP.
The following assessment tool provides a mechanism to analyse your resources… https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/cloud-solution-provider/migration/ea-payg-to-azure-csp/ea-open-direct-assessment ..
As you can see from the figure above, it will show you a suggested approach per resource id/type and guide as to whether there are any issues and what the next steps are.
It will also show you the estimated costings, etc. after moving to CSP, compared with your existing rate via EA:
All in all, a fairly simple tool but if you are considering a migration to CSP then well worth running to get some quick details on your current status!