Good for complex organizations and has been stable, but needs more automation
What is our primary use case?
We are just using it for Azure and Google, as we might have different Cloud vendors and what we're trying to do here is right-sizing so that it can send us reports for all the subscriptions, for example, in Azure. We'd like it to tag the information and all the costs related to the information. That way, we can do the right sizing report from there, and we can rate it.
Pros and Cons
"The pricing isn't too expensive."
"Right now, what we're doing is we are manually putting the data in it, which is something which we don't like about Cloudability."
What other advice do I have?
We're just customers. We aren't partners of Cloudability. We're using the latest version of the solution, as far as I know. We're still in the initial phase, however, we're finding, overall that it works well. If you're looking into multi-cloud functionality, definitely go for it. If you're sticking with the one cloud, for example, if your organization is just using Azure, it may be better to use a tool dedicated to that. Cloudability would also work fine in that instance, however. If your organization isn't too complex, you may be able to piece together everything with what's there. I would…