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Cloudyn Introduces Enterprise Chargeback Edition

Today is a very exciting day for us Cloud Guardians at Cloudyn. We have embarked on yet another exciting new cloud adventure by announcing the availability of “Cloudyn Enterprise Chargeback Edition”, an offering that addresses the increasing pain enterprises are facing with their growing cloud deployment. In a nutshell, the Chargeback Edition provides companies a… Continue reading >


Google Cloud Meets Cost and Usage Analysis

Last week, major announcements and price cuts by leading cloud vendors Google, Amazon and Microsoft clearly confirm that multi-cloud is upon us. To support this, we’ve added brand new, monitoring and analysis tools for Google Cloud Platform (in addition to our rich tool-set for cost management and optimization in AWS). Let’s have a look at… Continue reading >


Amazon Strikes Back at Google

By the time I wrote yesterday about the impact of Google’s recent price cuts and their revolutionary “sustained usage discount” pricing model, AWS had struck back with their own price reductions and updates, once again leveling the competitive cloudscape. As the tables below show, Amazon’s new pricing closed the gap between their Reserved Instance pricing… Continue reading >


Finally, Gloves Are Off In Google-Amazon Fight For Public Cloud

EC2 and GCE Pricing – It’s all About How You Slice It Urs Hölzle stated in his recent keynote, Google’s “on-demand price is lower than the 3-year reserved price of most other providers”. Guess who he was referring to. And his statement is true – in a way. Comparatively speaking, one of the most popular… Continue reading >


Google Cloud Platform introduces innovative pricing and powerful features

Google is making a big push for a top spot within the Cloud computing services arena with exciting announcements including simplified pricing, sustained-use discounts, developer tools, managed virtual machines, expanded OS support, and Real Time big data.   Simplified pricing: While hardware costs have seen a steady annual decrease of 20-30% yearly, cloud computing has… Continue reading >