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Now available for AWS EC2

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Demystify cloud computing and focus on what matters -- your business.

Manage In One Place

View all your infrastructure regardless of regions, accounts or even cloud.

Cut Costs

Learn what resources your software really needs to do its best work.

Know Your Numbers

Get your actual resource utilization, instantly, without the headache.

Prosper with Our Pricing

Get a free account till June 2019, then only pay $20 + $1/instance each month.

Keep the Keys to Your Kingdom

Give us read-only access to your metadata and we'll give you the world.

Easily Optimize Based on Resource Utilization

With just a few clicks, we give you a plan to save 40-80% on your AWS EC2 infrastructure.

Get an instance-by-instance breakdown of how to save money

Cloud Optimization

What was reasonable when you started probably isn't so affordable anymore. Figure out how to right the ship:

  • Get recommendations on what instances will get you better results at a lower price
  • Save 40% or more on your cloud compute bill without re-architecting
  • Get a better rate than you would just moving to reserved instances
  • Take your previous optimization efforts to a new, cheaper level

Cloud Management

It's common to lose track of the little things as you grow. We'll help you keep an eye on your cloud:

  • View your infrastructure around the globe (literally)
  • Create systems to track workloads across different environments
  • Figure out your cloud bill before it's due
  • Learn what resources your software is ACTUALLY using
Our dashboards help you easily view important information about your cloud infrastructure
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