AWS Partners Join Forces to Collaborate on Framework for Cloud Success
Portland, Ore. and New York – Nov. 14, 2018 – Cloudability, the leader in cloud financial management and operations, today announced the integration of its cloud cost management platform with monitoring and analytics platform provider, Datadog. This integration helps customers achieve cloud excellence by delivering performance efficiency recommendations that are cost optimized, a key requirement of financial cloud management and cloud agility. Cloudability will be demonstrating the integration at AWS re:Invent Nov. 26-29 in Las Vegas, Booth #1316.
“Seeing Cloudability and Datadog collaborate on this integration makes perfect sense and brings tremendous value to our savvy customer base,” said Javier D'Ovidio, CEO of Edrans, an AWS Partner. “We’ve experienced the power each of their technologies brings to table, and can attest to the demand for an integrated cost optimization and performance solution for customers who are committed to achieving true cloud success.”
Developing a cloud-native framework for multi-cloud and single-cloud environments helps customers obtain the highest level of agility while taking into consideration cost, quality and speed. For example, the AWS Well-Architected Framework includes strategies to help customers compare workloads against their best practices and obtain guidance to produce stable and efficient systems. Cloudability’s integration with Datadog helps cloud architects align their cloud operations with that framework, providing Performance Efficiency and Cost Optimization that enables them to:
"Understanding cost, performance and efficiency can be a significant challenge for enterprises during their cloud migrations. Combining Datadog's deep insights into application and infrastructure performance with Cloudability’s industry-leading cost management and governance tooling enables our customers to focus their efforts on innovation rather than governance,” said Ilan Rabinovitch, VP Product and Community at Datadog. “The capabilities we’re putting into the hands of customers have shown measurable impact allowing them to accelerate their cloud migrations”.
“We value the support of Datadog, partners like Edrans and customers who were instrumental in bringing this important integration to the public cloud community,” said Matthew Scott, VP Strategy & Alliances at Cloudability. “Customers and partners know the success of any cloud-native framework relies on their software providers’ ability to work together, and Cloudability is committed to building future integrations that bring these frameworks to life for practical enterprise use.”
For more information on the integration between Datadog and Cloudability, please visit our blog or register to attend the SaaS Social Hour on Dec. 6 at 4:30pm CST in Chicago, IL where both companies will discuss how customers can increase visibility into critical systems while balancing performance and cost optimization.
Cloudability is a continuous cloud spend optimization platform that delivers accurate cloud financials, empowering companies to run their cloud with financial and operational excellence. The Cloudability platform is designed to enable visibility, optimization and governance for every instance, container and serverless workload, application, department and user. Adopted by a number of Fortune 500 companies, Cloudability helps both enterprises and cloud-native companies leverage data science, analytics, machine learning and automation to transform cloud infrastructure data into a new source of competitive value, providing disruptive advantage over time. Venture-backed Cloudability is based in Portland, Oregon. For more information, visit cloudability.com.
Datadog is a monitoring service for hybrid cloud applications, assisting organizations in improving agility, increasing efficiency, and providing end-to-end visibility across the application and organization. These capabilities are provided on a SaaS-based data analytics platform that enables Dev, Ops and other teams to accelerate go-to-market efforts, ensure application uptime, and successfully complete digital transformation initiatives. Since launching in 2010, Datadog has been adopted by more than 8,000 enterprises including companies like Asana, AT&T, Samsung, Seamless, and The Washington Post.