CPS Brings Cloud Pricing Index to eCloud’s Managed Service Practice
Cloud Pricing Services, Inc. and eCloud Managed Solutions, LLC have reached an agreement whereby the companies will integrate CPS’s Inframeter technology into eCloud’s managed service practice.
CPS and eCloud will unite Inframeter with implementations used by eCloud and its clientele. The companies will also establish several pricing benchmark indices for eCloud’s clients based upon Inframeter’s patented output, the Workload Consumption Unit (WCU). Integrations will include Cloudcheckr and AWS QuickSight.
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Inframeter, an IT financial management SaaS metering platform, facilitates visibility into IT workloads and provides leadership with essential intelligence. Inframeter uniquely outputs WCUs, a standardized measurement that helps enterprises rationalize workload costs across providers, environments, applications, and departments. The WCU will serve as the basis of eCloud’s pricing information service.
eCloud is a vendor-agnostic hybrid cloud solutions integrator and MSP with expertise across AWS, Azure, and GCP. eCloud delivers security, agility, and speed to maximize any environment and enhance business performance. With a global footprint of 1600+ data centers, 450+ domestic and global network providers, and over 50,000 migrated VMs, eCloud leverages industry partnerships to ensure the most competitive prices and IT procurement possible.
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“This partnership complements each of our unique capabilities,” said CPS Co-Founder and CEO, Tim Martin. “What we love about eCloud is not only their breadth of technical expertise, but also their unmatched passion for saving clients’ money,” Martin said.
“What’s unique about CPS is their ability to deliver total cost of ownership (TCO) analysis at the workload level,” said eCloud Managing Partner, Eric Sanders. “We’re excited to bring this enhanced offering to market,” Sanders said.
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