Automation & Orchestration
Best practice says you should take a multi-account approach to developing in the cloud by separating workloads into unique accounts per project and workload type. This helps reduce the ‘blast radius’ should a problem occur, but you’re left with many accounts to configure. If you’re operating in multiple cloud environments, the number of accounts only increases.
From the time you provision a cloud account until you shut it down, how will you control what’s going on in your cloud accounts without sinking hours into manual rule-setting? And how do you keep tabs on all of those accounts and rules?
Cloud automation and orchestration are core pieces of robust cloud governance. With cloudtamer.io, you’ll apply comprehensive cloud rules where you need them in your organization, and they’ll apply to all new accounts at or below that level automatically. Plus, we map this to your organizational structure in our intuitive, multi-view org chart, so you’ll have a central location for rule management. If you want cloud governance build on effortless automation and orchestration, you want cloudtamer.io.
cloudtamer.io delivers self-service provisioning for your users, easy-to-apply boundaries for admins, and peace of mind for everyone that rules are being upheld.
Don’t create a bottleneck. Make it easy for users to request a new cloud account that meets your policies and budget.
Provide native access
Brokered access to the cloud is bad. Give your users direct access to their cloud environment, including the command line and API, so they can take advantage of the latest innovations.
Stop wondering what’s going on in your cloud. See and manage all your accounts – across multiple cloud providers – in one interface.
More Solutions We Provide:
and Cost Optimization
“I want to make sure we don’t blow our monthly cloud budget, & I don’t want to pay for resources we don’t even need.”
Detection, & Remediation
“I’m worried we aren’t in compliance with our security standards. The last thing we want is a security breach.”