CloudHealth has been featured in the latest VMware Tanzu blog, “Access a Streamlined DevX for Amazon EKS and Extend the Power of AWS to More Apps with VMware,” that reviewed key product announcements at AWS re:Invent that help customers make the most of the public cloud.
Read the CloudHealth excerpt below to learn more about simplified cloud FinOps for native AWS and VMC on AWS:
As you run more apps on your AWS cloud infrastructure, you’ll need to be able to optimize costs and govern securely. The CloudHealth by VMware Suite offers both financial management and a cloud native security approach that can give you confidence in your cloud adoption.
The CloudHealth platform enables you to:
— Increase your cloud infrastructure efficiency by giving you visibility and governance across services, accounts, and regions
— Understand your cloud usage and spend by cost center, application, or team to drive meaningful business decisions
— Improve your cloud security posture with real-time visibility into security and compliance misconfigurations with CloudHealth Secure State
At AWS re:Invent, we are announcing two beta features for the CloudHealth platform that will aid AWS customers in their quest to scale cloud usage. For example, with every new service, account, or region added to your cloud inventory, managing cloud spend becomes increasingly difficult. Now, in an initially exclusive beta for AWS, CloudHealth has introduced a new feature that detects real-time spend anomalies—like sudden increases or decreases—to build a cost profile over time. This historic visibility enables FinOps practitioners to respond proactively to business needs. Existing customers who are interested in the private beta can reach out to their CloudHealth Technical Account Manager to determine eligibility.
The second beta capability announced is cost and usage visibility into VMware Cloud on AWS so that you can view all public and hybrid cloud costs from a single place. This is supported for customers who have purchased VMware Cloud on AWS directly from VMware. In CloudHealth, VMC on AWS is in public beta and available for configuration in the platform.
Tanzu Product Marketing, Senior Manager
Want to learn more? Read the full blog here.