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 manage. 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, you need a view into what’s going on in your cloud accounts. Where does the account live within your organization? Who has access to the account? What security and compliance policies govern the account? What’s the budget for the account?
Account management is a core pillar of robust cloud governance. With cloudtamer.io, you’ll know exactly how your cloud accounts map to your organizational structure. You’ll see who’s using an account, if users are operating in a compliant manner, and what the account is costing you. cloudtamer.io delivers account management without impacting your users’ experience or ability to get work done in the cloud.
cloudtamer.io gives you complete cloud account visibility and control – for all your users and across all your clouds – in a single interface.
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 AWS and Azure, 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.