Imagine how much money you’d waste if you left all of the lights and appliances on when you were not home. Hundreds of thousands of public cloud customers are in the exact same situation—wasting billions of dollars paying for idle cloud resources.
Public cloud resources are “always on” unless customers specifically turn them off, which means customers are paying for computing time they don’t actually use—for example, between 7:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m.
Until now there has been no easy way to (a) view your cloud resources across AWS, Azure, and GCP in a single, intuitive dashboard; and/or (b) schedule on/off times for these resources in a simple and automated way. Companies have tried scripting and cron jobs, but these methods are not automated or systematic and are increasingly being replaced by purpose-built tools. This is because the former approach required significant and continuous manual maintenance by an administrator who could otherwise be doing much more valuable work.
If companies had a way to quickly identify idle cloud resources, and automatically turn them off when they’re not being used, the savings would be tremendous.
With ParkMyCloud, now they do.
ParkMyCloud can verifiably slash your public cloud costs , based on how much is parked. For example, food distribution giant Sysco is saving 40% on their AWS and Azure bills.