Cloudability announced at Google Cloud Next support for the GCP. GCP customers are now able to visualize all costs associated with the cloud platform.
Cloudability announced at Google Cloud Next support for the Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The True Cost cloud management platform now covers Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and GCP, the big three.
GCP customers are now able to visualize all costs associated with the cloud platform. Cloudability also provides detailed budgets to customers, adding additional cost savings.
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The platform tracks 75 billion data points, three billion CPU hours, and 700 million unique compute resources.
“We’ve seen a growing trend of enterprises embracing multi-cloud environments for reasons ranging from seeking out best of breed technologies, to a desire to remain cloud agnostic, to disaster recovery preparedness,” said Erik Onnen, CTO at Cloudability.
“GCP’s popularity is growing, earning a Leader spot in Gartner’s 2018 Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service for the first time. It made sense for us to bring GCP under our True Cost umbrella and give our users the ability to run their multi-cloud environment with flexibility, agility, and full transparency into their operational and billing models, freeing up time and resources for their employees and business.”
While GCP is behind AWS and Azure in total revenue, Google said recently it was earning over $1 billion per quarter. USA Today announced that it will now use Cloudability’s platform, now that it has added GCP support.
“By leveraging Cloudability’s public cloud expertise and support for our Google Cloud environment, our team is able to focus on the platform itself, while still maximizing the value of our public cloud provider,” said Franklin Hanson, director of platform engineering at USA Today.