With Cloudsnooze, you have different ways to manage cloud costs.
Choose between Real-time, Usage Pattern or Schedule based on your work pattern.
Manage cloud resource in real-time, no more guessing.
Use our real-time option to determine when to stop your system.
Think of CloudSnooze as an automatic on/off switch for your cloud instances. When they’re not in use, they get switched off automatically.
CloudSnooze is Software as a Service (SaaS) solution that identifies and eradicates cloud resource waste, thus reducing cloud usage costs by up to 65%. Organizations would choose to use cloudsnooze as a cost management solution due to it's flexible integration options.
Help the environment
Reduce cost of cloud resource
Can be automated
Each cloud resource you set up on platforms like Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Alibaba Cloud, continues to run until you switch it off. You get billed for every second of this.
Non-production resources, such as development and testing, are usually only required during working hours. This means that you only need them for 8 hours a day, or 40 hours a week. If these resources remain active around the clock, 65% of your cloud resource bill is wasted!
With CloudSnooze, reducing this waste is easy. Simply schedule these servers to be switched off when they’re not needed. If your staff works remotely and from different time zones, they might need to access these resources outside of normal working hours, in which case you could use SmartSnooze. SmartSnooze automatically switches off your server when no activity is detected for a predetermined amount of time.
In addition to minimizing costs, CloudSnooze also lets you have a clear overview of all your Azure resources in one place. Now it’s easy to manage users and generate reports on your cloud expenditure and savings.
CloudSnooze is quick and easy to set up. In less than 10 minutes, you can have everything set up and linked without any initial installation or integration.
Manage your cloud resource in real-time with the light switch option to turn on/off anytime.
Pattern or Blind Resource Management, based on CPU monitoring of the resource.
Schedule/Fixed Resource management for example daily work time.
You can combine all the resource management method by choosing the Hybrid option.
Effective management of all your cloud resources – different accounts, regions and providers – from a single view.
View, download, email and print reports
With CloudSnooze, optimizing your cloud resources is automated. Your staff members don’t have to remember to manually turn off servers at the end of the workday, freeing up their minds to concentrate on more productive matters.
Cloudsnoze automatically manages the scaling of your machines based on utilization, increasing number of servers when usage goes above a preset threshold and reducing when utilisation reduces.
All your cloud resources are visible in one place. With CloudSnooze, you’re able to view all your Cloud resources across different regions, along with pricing and instance types. You can view multiple reports and track team spending – all at your fingertips!
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