Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible, enterprise-grade cloud computing platform.
Listed below are the services we currently support:
Supported Resource Types
- Instance / Virtual Machines
- Managed Disks
- Resource Groups
- Network Security Groups
- SQL Database
- Redis Cache
- Cloud Services
- Blob Storage (Object Storage)
- Route Tables / Routes
The DivvyCloud Advantage
Consistent Policy Enforcement
DivvyCloud automation Bot’s work within our unified data model and therefore can enforce security, cost and performance policies consistently across different Azure deployments (as well as other clouds).
Organize assets in new ways by leveraging DivvyCloud resource groups with auto-curation capabilities. Resource groups are a many-to-many relationship that can contain resources from multiple Azure subscriptions and any other supported cloud technology such as AWS, VMware or OpenStack. They enable IT and stakeholders to better organize and delegate permissions to cloud and application resources.
Reduce the complexities and barriers to entry when switching users between Microsoft Azure and other popular cloud technologies such as Amazon Web Services and Google Compute Engine. Our unified experience does the heavy lifting for stakeholders. With DivvyCloud all clouds look and feel the same making it easier for end-users to focus the compute, storage and networking resources they require.
There’s a great deal of waste with resources running on a 24x7x365 basis. Oftentimes, development, QA and staging compute instances are required only during business hours and/or can be suspended entirely during the weekend/holidays. Using DivvyCloud’s Scheduled Instances Bot, customers can define custom stop/start schedules that can cut dramatically down their monthly bills. By coupling the feature with resource groups, we can easily define different schedules for production, development, or specific project teams as needed.
Reduce the steps required for users to provision the compute power they need for their day-to-day tasks. Provisioning templates provide point-and-click access to compute instances and can be shared amongst users in the organization. Template authors can define optional overrides as well, allowing the user to personalize a standard template while remaining in compliance.
Identify and even prevent end-users from spinning up excess compute capacity by defining blacklisted instance types. Custom policies can be enforced per Azure subscription making it easy for administrators to keep a handle on cloud cost across their cloud environments.
Disparate Resource Notification
Too often end-users mistakenly provision in regions that aren’t used for your product/service. You can now easily prevent this resulting not only in cost reduction, but bolstering corporate security posture by eliminating unknown entry points into the cloud.