Cloud Sources

Cloud Cruiser supports the “Big Three” of public clouds: Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. Each of the cloud platforms provide a wide range of IaaS and PaaS services, but with Cloud Cruiser 16, you can get a consolidated, holistic view across all of them, even though they have different ways of naming or describing and measuring those services. And in each case, access to data is push-button quick – just click, present your credentials, and watch your reports light up.

Amazon Web Services

Learn more about how Cloud Cruiser 16 works with market leader AWS, to help you optimize your usage and minimize your spending on virtual machine capacity (EC2), various flavors of storage (S3, EBS, Elastic File System, Glacier), databases and data warehouses (RDS, DynamoDB, ElastiCache, Redshift), and other services.

Microsoft Azure

Microsoft’s Azure is growing fast, leveraging the company’s strength in the enterprise, providing corporate developers with everything they need to create, deploy, and scale enterprise solutions. Learn more about how Cloud Cruiser 16 can optimize your Azure usage and save money on the wide range of IaaS and PaaS services Azure offers.

Google Cloud Platform

Google offers a range of compute, storage, and other products available – Compute Engine, App Engine, Container Engine, Storage, Bigtable, Datastore, and SQL, plus all of the supporting networking and management services. Google also offers some unique pricing models, including pricing by the minute and preemptible VMs. Find out more about how Cloud Cruiser 16 can provide the Cloud Analytics capabilities you need to optimize your use of Google Cloud.