A new press release reports, “Cloudability, a leading cloud cost management provider that enables businesses to achieve financial and operational excellence with the cloud, today announced it is now supporting Google Cloud Platform (GCP) on the company’s True Cost™ cloud management platform. Businesses and enterprises using Cloudability now have full visibility into their GCP spend, giving them even more power to fully visualize their costs, manage budgets and drive cost savings. This offering is a result of customers asking Cloudability to deliver a single, integrated and normalized view for spend and utilization on the three major public clouds – GCP, AWS and Azure, providing actionable cost insights to organizations with multi-cloud environments.”
The release goes on, “Cloud cost management is a continuous, iterative cycle which requires processing millions of lines of billing files and petabytes of data, which is not humanly possible. Cloudability’s machine learning, analytics-driven True Cost cloud management platform tracks 75 billion data points, three billion CPU hours, and 700 million unique compute resources, representing over $5 billion in public cloud spend. GCP’s infrastructure is engineered to handle enterprises’ most data-intensive workloads, giving them the flexibility to scale quickly while still maintaining control. Gaining additional insight into optimizing value and utilization on these workloads via Cloudability is another benefit for all GCP users.”
Read more at Business Wire.
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