We’re excited to announce the launch of new multi-org features designed to support AWS Resellers and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) providing AWS cost optimization services powered by ProsperOps. These new features also provide insights for Enterprises operating multiple AWS organizations.
FinOps teams need objective, real-time, dynamic insights into cloud spending, paired with fully automated rate optimization. The combination of CloudZero and ProsperOps gives you the tools you need to make cost efficiency an integral part of your cloud practice.
With Intelligent Showback, companies can finally control how cloud costs and savings are allocated. This enables a more reasonable and sustainable showback of costs—a mature, centralized FinOps capability—and puts companies on the path to determining accurate unit costs.
There’s plenty to do at SXSW—and in Austin, in general—but in the event you are obsessed with or interested in cloud or AI, we’ve summarized a few of the activities that you may consider for your shortlist.
Are you using Reserved Instances or Savings Plans to save money on AWS? How much are you saving? Turns out, how your AWS bill reports “Savings Plans” may be misleading. In this post, we’ll help you understand what’s wrong and how to correctly calculate your savings from your AWS bill.
ProsperOps, the leading AIOps platform for cloud financial management, extends availability of its automated cloud cost optimization platform for AWS GovCloud, bringing autonomous cloud savings management to federal, state, and local government agencies.
ProsperOps is excited to announce that we have achieved SOC 2 Type II compliance, providing assurance that we have proper systems and processes in place to protect your data, as verified by an independent, third-party auditor.
As more and more companies adopt SaaS solutions, proper identity management is a critical aspect of maintaining secure and properly controlled access. We are excited to announce that the ProsperOps Console now supports OIDC- and SAML-based identity federation.
In this post, we make the argument that for most people, EC2 Instance Savings Plans are inferior to their direct predecessor, the Standard RI. As such, unless you have one specific use case we discuss, we recommend you avoid using EC2 Instance Savings Plans altogether.
Are you using Reserved Instances or Savings Plans to save money on AWS? How much are you saving? Turns out, how your AWS bill reports "Savings Plans" may be misleading. In this post, we'll help you understand what's wrong and how to correctly calculate your savings from your AWS bill.