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- How much am I spending?
- What am I spending on?
- What are my top cost drivers?
- What does my cloud deployment look like?
- Where could I be saving?
- Plus 2 standard alerts
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Drill down into:
- What would happen to my costs if…?
- Why are there spikes in my monthly usage and costs?
- What are my amortized, monthly costs?
- Which business units are driving my expenses?
- Which Reserved Instances will deliver the quickest ROI?
- Do I have instances running as On-Demand?
- What is the CPU utilization for my least used instances?
- Do I have available reservations for reassignment?
- How many objects do I have in my buckets?
- Are there more cost-effective storage types available?
- Which reservations should I sell?
- Unlimited, fully customizable alerts and reports
- Unlimited users with easy distribution and collaboration
- API access
What is the difference between the standard and premium packages?
Aside from cost, the standard package offers you a high-level, snapshot view of your AWS deployment. The premium package provides comprehensive reports and recommendations that allow you to fully understand, control and optimize your cloud costs and capacity.
How much does Cloudyn cost?
Cloudyn’s Premium package starts at $49 per month. For a personal proposal, please contact: email@example.com.
Can I try Cloudyn for free?
Yes you can. Our totally free trial gives you full access to Cloudyn’s Premium package. Try it now!
How does Cloudyn access my AWS account?
Why does Cloudyn need time to make the recommendations?
The optimization recommendations are based on the actual resource usage. We monitor resource usage through Amazon API. Any recommendations made before 2 full weeks have elapsed do not take into account weekly fluctuations.
Why does Cloudyn use the existing Amazon usage information for its recommendations?
The information provided by Amazon does not have the level of detail necessary for our recommendations. For example, the usage reports do not have the information about availability zones. No reports allow the analysis of the performance data. Therefore we need to rely on our own monitoring.
What happens if I want to stop using Cloudyn? Can I cancel?
No worries. You can cancel before your next billing period and you won’t be charged for the next month of service.
What is the difference between the EC2 Optimizer and the Reserved Instance Navigator?
The EC2 Optimizer helps you determine optimal instance sizing for your existing EC2 deployments, identify unused or unattached volumes, and more. The RI Navigator helps you determine which reservations you should be buying or selling for both RDS and EC2, as well as identify unused EC2 reservations which can be reused for other projects/needs.
What is the difference between the Asset Controller and the Cost Controller?
The Asset Controller provides insight into your usage trends for all AWS resources. The Cost Controller provides insight into the cost associated with your consumption of all these AWS resources. For example, the Asset Controller will show you usage trends of all your instances over time. The Cost Controller will show you the associated cost of those instances for any time period.
What is the difference between the Actual Cost Over Time and the Amortized Cost Over Time reports?
The Actual Cost report shows any usage cost plus the full amount of any one-time fees paid during the selected time frame (day/week/month). The Amortized Cost report shows any usage costs plus the cost of any one-time reservation fees, amortized across the reservation term, during the selected time frame (day/week/month).
Can I identify unused EC2 reservations or volumes with Cloudyn?
Absolutely! Both our EC2 Optimizer and RI Navigator provide you with full visibility into any and all unused instances or volumes.