We’re happy to announce that ParkMyCloud now supports Alibaba Cloud!

Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform (GCP) users have saved millions of dollars on their cloud bills using ParkMyCloud’s automated cloud cost optimization platform. Customers like McDonald’s, Sysco, and Unilever use ParkMyCloud to automatically turn off idle cloud resources as part of their DevOps process.

Now, Alibaba Cloud customers can do the same.

Why Alibaba?

Alibaba Cloud is experiencing rapid customer adoption and growth – in the 4th quarter of last year, they saw over 100% growth, with more than 300 products and features launched. The company is clearly expanding their horizons beyond retail and putting a focus on innovation and development in the cloud space – both in China where their core customer base is located, and throughout the world as companies globally choose Alibaba as their primary cloud provider or as part of a multi-cloud strategy.

But the real reason we’re here is to help cloud users solve the enormous problem of cloud waste.

We estimate that Alibaba users will waste $552 million on idle cloud resources this year – that’s $1.5 million per day that could easily be saved with automated cost optimization in place. There’s no time to lose in getting cost control measures in place.

See it In Action

Get a preview of ParkMyCloud – watch this 2-minute demo to see how it works. To see a full demo and get your questions answered, schedule a personalized demo now.

Try Now for Free

You can get started with Alibaba Cloud cost control now with a free 14-day trial of ParkMyCloud, with full access to premium features.

After your trial expires, you can choose to continue using the free tier, or upgrade to use premium features such as SmartParking, full API access, advanced reporting and SSO.

Cheers, and happy parking.

About Jay Chapel

Jay Chapel is the CEO and co-founder of ParkMyCloud. After spending several years in the cloud management space, Jay saw that there was no simple solution to the problem of wasted cloud spend - which led him to start ParkMyCloud in 2015. Before that, he spent 10+ years with Micromuse and IBM Tivoli, a provider of business infrastructure management software. After an acquisition by IBM, he led the successful sales integration and subsequent growth of the IBM Tivoli/Netcool business in Europe. He also held several regional and worldwide sales roles in Switzerland, the UK and the US. Jay earned both a BA in Finance and an MBA from West Virginia. Those few hours a month that Jay’s not busy with ParkMyCloud’s growth and success, you can find him on the ski slopes, on the soccer field, or on the golf course often accompanied by his three kids.

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