Focusing on just a single cloud provider is like having only one single data center without any redundancy and a big vendor lock in. A couple of years ago, Azure Costs became Cloud Costs and supported Amazon Web Services besides Microsoft Azure. The support of AWS allows our customers to focus on a virtual data center strategy to take care of high availability, fault tolerance, and disaster recovery without having a vendor lock-in.
We are thrilled to support these activities by offering the integration of Google Cloud Platform into the Cloud Costs spending management platform, available for every plan right now.
Besides, we plan to extend the platform for Adobe Cloud and Office 365 later this year. Honoring the evolution of Cloud Costs did and giving a clear commitment to support all major cloud vendors in the future as well.
Are you interested in the new feature?
Try the new feature today by simply logging into your Cloud Costs account. The feature is part of any plan. Getting started with Cloud Costs is very easy; just visit our Cloud Costs portal.
Any questions, wishes, or ideas? Try our feedback portal or drop a mail to email@example.com.