As a DevOps engineer at a FinTech company, Tosin found his resources stretched thin – so when his CTO approached him about a high AWS bill, he needed to find a quick, lightweight way to reduce costs.
Tosin used ParkMyCloud to automate scheduling and reduce his AWS bill by 30%, while governing user access, with minimal setup and maintenance time.
There’s no doubt that cloud container services adoption is on the rise. A recent survey found that more than 80% of IT professionals and teams reported deploying container technologies -- up from 58% in 2017. With this rise in adoption comes a rise of options in the...
Lately, many of our AWS customers (especially those purchasing through the AWS marketplace) have mentioned that they are using an AWS EDP, which stands for Amazon Web Services Enterprise Discount Program. Essentially, this is AWS’s way to provide enterprises a...
When adopting or optimizing your public cloud use, it’s important to eliminate wasted spend from idle resources - which is why you need to include an instance scheduler in your plan. An instance scheduler ensures that non-production resources - those used for...
How it Works
Reduce cloud costs: Stop paying for idle cloud resources
Create a ParkMyCloud account – no credit card required – and connect to your cloud provider.
Discover and manage all your resources on a single page, across cloud providers.
Click to automatically “park” (stop) and start resources based on your working hours – or let SmartParking recommend schedules based on your usage patterns.
4 Principles of DevOps for Continuous Cloud Cost Control
This whitepaper outlines methods that will help you eliminate cloud waste while maintaining continuous integration and continuous delivery.
ParkMyCloud’s SaaS Offering Available on AWS Marketplace, Providing Easy Adoption for AWS Customers December 18, 2018 (Dulles, VA) - ParkMyCloud, provider of a leading enterprise platform for continuous cost control in the cloud, announced today that it is now...
The ParkMyCloud team is back from a successful AWS re:Invent 2018! It was a busy week for all of us. There was a crowd - more than 50,000 attendees. There was a Skrillex concert. And of course, there was buzz. A few AWS announcements that caught our interest include...
Serving sizing in the cloud can be tricky. Unless you are about to do some massive high-performance computing project, super-sizing your cloud virtual machines/instances is probably not what you are thinking about when you log in to you favorite cloud service...