Cloudability Offers Greater Visibility for its Cloud Users by Leveraging DataHero's Analytics Tool
FREMONT, CA: Companies are gradually adopting public clouds to run applications and spending in huge for their infrastructures. Mastering the cloud at scale and effectively managing deployment costs becomes increasingly important and complex. Cloudability, a cloud cost management solution provider, announce the acquisition of DataHero, a self-service cloud business intelligence and data visualization services provider, to enable self service analytic tools to its cloud. With the acquisition, Cloudability can help its customers track all their spending on cloud infrastructure including cloud cost and usage data that helps in better decision making.
Companies using Cloudability’s cloud are now provided with the analytic tools that can help them understand their cost of bills and optimize spending. They can easily monitor spending, optimize costs and govern the cloud deployments with increased visibility and management capabilities.
DataHero offers a self-service analytics tool that enable users to quickly connect to cloud services without the help of an IT team. It also offers drag-and-drop charts to uncover insights within user data and communicate them with dashboards.
The companies together offer instance portfolio management and bring greater usability and visibility to the cloud by generating cloud cost, usage and billing reports. The cloud users of Cloudability can now effectively monitor the spending on the cloud with customizable dashboards, reports and email alerts. It also helps to optimize and regulate the costs accordingly with the enterprise-wide reporting for operations, finance and management.
"With the addition of the DataHero team and insights we are bringing ever greater visibility and clarity to our customers' clouds, which in turn will only accelerate cloud adoption rates. Cloudability's users include some of the biggest and most sophisticated cloud users on the planet, with over 15 percent of all AWS spending coursing through our system. What our user base is doing today to manage big clouds will likely become best practice tomorrow, and we are happy to predict that a focus on actual technology unit costs is one thing we will be taking for granted in the not too distant future," said Mat Elis, CEO, Cloudability.
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