The same way DevOps unites engineering and operation teams for streamlined application delivery, FinOps aims to optimize how teams build and buy in the cloud. This article highlights how organizations can capitalize on the versatility and potential of modern DevOps, establish centralized cloud financial management, and maintain control over IT purchasing.
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.
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.
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.
Since introducing the Effective Savings Rate (ESR) concept in early 2019 we’ve evaluated a large number of AWS customers to better understand how well businesses optimize their cloud spend with financial tools like Reserved Instances and Savings Plans. For the first time, we’re sharing that data.
Learn how we drive our customers’ global compute discount to world class levels of 40+%, while also protecting their downside risk using a combination of Compute Savings Plans and Convertible Reserved Instances.
ProsperOps now supports Google as an identity provider. Rather than maintain a separate ProsperOps user and password, businesses who use Google for their corporate identities can now use those credentials when logging in to the ProsperOps Console.
Managing RIs with input metrics like utilization and coverage doesn't tell the full story and can be misleading. Effective Savings Rate (ESR) is the ROI for savings instruments, and is the one output metric you can use to measure true savings performance.