“Customers regulating scale groups in open cloud are typically savvy users who are increasingly cost conscious,” pronounced Bill Supernor, ParkMyCloud CTO.
DULLES, Va. (PRWEB)
June 01, 2018
ParkMyCloud, a heading craving height for continual cost control in open cloud, announced currently that it has expelled cost optimization support for Microsoft Azure practical appurtenance scale sets and Google Cloud Platform managed instance groups.
The ParkMyCloud height helps Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure (Azure), and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) business save income on cloud resources by automatically integrating cost control into their DevOps processes. ParkMyCloud saves income by scheduling cloud resources to spin off when they are not indispensable – that they call “parking”.
Azure scale sets and GCP managed instance groups are groups of cloud resources that are frequently used for excess and scaling purposes. For contrast and development, common use is to set adult a non-production network design that mirrors production. All too often, a non-production sourroundings is left running, wasting income on resources that aren’t being used. With ParkMyCloud cost control in place, users can automate “off” or “scaled down” schedules for these resources, ensuring that they usually compensate for services they are indeed using.
“Customers regulating scale groups in open cloud are typically savvy users who are increasingly cost conscious,” pronounced Bill Supernor, ParkMyCloud CTO. “With any release, we are expanding ParkMyCloud’s automation engine to support a cloud resources a business are using. This allows them to simply incorporate cost optimization with their DevOps process.”
Earlier this year, ParkMyCloud expelled programmed usage-based cost optimization called “SmartParking” for AWS, Azure and GCP. In a entrance months, ParkMyCloud skeleton to recover support for Alibaba Cloud as good as additional apparatus forms in AWS, Azure, and GCP.
ParkMyCloud is a SaaS height that automatically identifies and eliminates open cloud apparatus waste, shortening spending by 65% or some-more — consider “Nest for a cloud.” AWS, Azure and Google users such as McDonald’s, Sysco Foods, Unilever, Avid, and Sage Software have used ParkMyCloud to cut their cloud spending by millions of dollars. ParkMyCloud helps companies like these optimize and oversee cloud use by integrating cost control into their DevOps processes. For some-more information, revisit https://www.parkmycloud.com.