CloudHealth Platform Updates Provide Further Help for Azure Users

September 27, 2018

 

Microsoft is making up position on AWS. Income from the Microsoft Azure platform soared 98% in the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) market in 2017, surpassing the market growth of AWS.

To better meet customer requirements and to cater to the surge in adoption of Microsoft Azure, CloudHealth Technologies, the prominent cloud management platform supplier, has increased its Azure capabilities with the modern updates to its cloud management platform.

“If administered properly, Azure will speed up your company,” said Joe Kinsella, CTO, and Creator of CloudHealth Technologies. “CloudHealth removes the ‘if’ by enabling clients to migrate with confidence, make easier decision making, increase efficiency, and centralize governance.

The improved qualities for Microsoft Azure users include backing for Azure Reserved Virtual Machine Instances, letting Azure users administer their Reserved VM Instances with modern capabilities including purchase modeling, repayment, and optimization.

The cloud management platform also lets SQL database rightsizing, recognizing openings for additional savings by downgrading or ending SQL Databases while maintaining performance prerequisites.

Latest container reporting tasks provide users with reports on Mesos and Kubernetes resources and distribution and price history, while governance plans can be organized to automate clients IT atmospheres, through actions such as beginning, discontinuing, and resuming VMs and deallocating VMs when specific conditions are met.

Lots of companies use cloud-native tools to administer their cloud atmospheres, even though difficulties are often experienced managing several clouds and checking and optimizing cloud spend across several cloud platforms. Nevertheless, with the CloudHealth platform administration of several clouds is made easy.

After the declaration of help for the Google Cloud Platform, CloudHealth’s client base enhanced by 75% in Q2, 2018 alone, showing the value of the platform. The platform is now used by over 3,500 companies all over the globe to administer over $5 billion in cloud spend each year.

“A third-party tool similar to CloudHealth to look at cloud spend, whether it is Azure, AWS, or Google, is essentially a requirement,” said Jamie Watt, Platform Cost Expert at Xero, a New Zealand-based accounting software firm. “I’ve used local tools before and they simply can’t do what CloudHealth can do. I would not be able to do my work without it.”