Chapter 5. Exporting your subscription inventory

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You can export your full subscription inventory to a CSV file from the Subscription Inventory page in the Hybrid Cloud Console. The CSV file includes information from both the All subscriptions table and Subscription details table. Each line of the CSV file shows the following information about each subscription in your inventory:

  • Name
    The name of the subscription and the product it applies to, such as Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server, or Red Hat Satellite Infrastructure Subscription.
  • SKU
    The combination of letters and numbers that represent the subscription stock keeping unit (SKU), such as RH00000.
  • Service level
    The type of service level agreement (SLA) for the subscription, as defined within the terms of the contract, such as Premium, Standard, Self-Support or Layered.
  • Support type
    The team you contact for support, such as Red Hat support (L1-L3) or Partner support (L3).
  • Capacity name
    The name of the units used to measure the usage of a Red Hat product, such as sockets, cores, or nodes.
  • Capacity quantity
    The number of the units used to measure the usage of a Red Hat product, such as 2 Sockets.
  • Contract number
    The 8-digit number that uniquely identifies the contract that the subscription is purchased under, such as 16521599.
  • Quantity
    The number of active subscriptions for a SKU, such as 1000.
  • Start date
    The date that the subscription became active based on the terms of the contract, such as 2023-02-07.
  • End date
    The date that the subscription expires based on the terms of the contract, such as 2024-02-06.
  • Subscription status
    The availability status of your Red Hat product subscription, such as Active, Expired, Expiring soon, or Future dated.


  • You are logged in to your Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console account at
  • You have the Subscriptions user role in the role-based access control (RBAC) system for the Red Hat Hybrid Cloud Console.


To export your subscription inventory, complete the following steps:

  1. From the Home page, locate Red Hat Insights and click RHEL.
  2. From the Red Hat Insights menu, click Business > Subscriptions > Subscription Inventory.
  3. From the Subscriptions Inventory page, scroll to the All subscriptions table.
  4. From the All subscriptions table header, click the Export icon.


    The .csv filename follows the following format: subscription_inventory_yyyymmddThhmmssZ.csv. For example, if you export the CSV file on the last day of 2023 at the 19th hour of the day, the filename will be similar to subscription_inventory_20231231T192246Z.csv.


The exported CSV file is in your Downloads folder by default.


If there are no valid subscriptions in your inventory, then the exported CSV file will contain no data.

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