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July in review: Azure Enterprise support, tagging strategies, and more

By Leah Weitz on July 28, 2015

In our last monthly update, we hinted at some big things coming—and sure enough, this month was a big one. Get the low-down on this month’s big release, then check out highlights from our July blog posts and see what else is new at Cloudy HQ.

New feature: Azure Enterprise beta support

This month we were thrilled to introduce beta support of Microsoft Azure Enterprise.

AWS vs Azure widget

With this release, you can visualize spending broken down by subscription or tag, compare spending across clouds, and more—all with the same Cloudability tools that you’re already familiar with.

Are you an Azure Enterprise user? We invite you to read the full announcement and join the beta.

Blog highlights: Tagging strategies

We emphasized tagging and Reserved Instances on the blog this month. Be sure to check out these posts if you missed them:

Four tags that every cloud instance should have: For as long as we’ve been a source of cloud cost management strategies and tips, we’ve preached the gospel of tags—and these are four of our favorites.

The case for the Partial Upfront Reserved Instance: It may not boast the highest savings rate, but the Partial Upfront Reserved Instance has some serious advantages.

Vlog: How to calculate AWS blended and unblended rates: We’ve encountered a lot of confusion lately around AWS blended and unblended rates and costs. So kick back, relax, and prepare to get nerdy with this video walkthrough.

Finally, for those interested in broader industry insights, we also wrote a recap of AWS Summit New York.

What else is new?

Have you heard? Cloudability is hiring! We have openings in Customer Success, Engineering, Marketing, and Sales, so check out our jobs page to see where you might fit in.

That’s all for now, but stay tuned! And remember that you can stay up-to-date on feature updates, blog posts, job openings and more by subscribing to the Cloudability newsletter.

 

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