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On July 20, 2017, Microsoft completed its acquisition of Cloudyn.

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The Incomparable Cloud – Or is it Really?

March 6 2014 | by Zev Schonberg EC2 vs multi-cloud

When a friend of mine shared this image on LinkedIn it reminded me of Cloudyn’s philosophy to developing cloud cost management tools in a rapidly evolving, multi-cloud space. Everyone knows it’s hard to make a one-to-one comparison between cloud platforms. […]

The Multi-Cloud: Who Really Cares?

February 20 2014 | by Alex Wexler multi-cloud

Since we rolled out Cloudyn for Google Cloud, we’ve gotten lots of feedback, including some questions about why companies should be considering multi-cloud deployments, especially if they are content with their current provider. But while there is truth to the […]

Cloud Costs Deciphered. Why the Complexity? Join Cloudyn's Vittaly Tavor at the Eminds Meetup, February 26

February 10 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi google compute engine multi-cloud

Vittaly (Vit) Tavor, who is responsible for the company’s strategic roadmap definition and product development, will speak at the Multi-Cloud Architecture Workshop to be hosted in Google Campus TLV, and will present Cost Performance issues in a Multi-Cloud Environment. Vit […]

Amazon and Google – The Cloud Race Begins

February 5 2014 | by Alex Wexler cloud race EC2 vs multi-cloud

With AWS’ EC2 product driving roughly 65% of Amazon’s cloud revenue, it comes as no surprise that when Google launched their public cloud, GCE (Google Compute Engine), or Google’s alternative to EC2 took center stage . As Google has the […]

Cloudyn Now Supports Google Compute Engine

January 28 2014 | by Jonathan Nimrodi cloud brokerage EC2 gce multi-cloud

Today is an exciting day for us Cloud Guardians at Cloudyn. We have embarked on a whole new cloud adventure with our launch of Cloudyn for Google Compute Engine. While we continue to broaden and deepen our tools for AWS […]

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