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3 Months into 2018 and noticed that your cloud cost has gone up!

Posted on 14 March, 2018 at 0:10 Comments comments (54)

How to reduce cloud costs down in 3 simple steps?

What is ParkMyCloud?

The simplicity of the offering drew me to it like a magnet:

A SaaS solution with no installation required - in only 15 minutes you are instantly saving on this month’s actual cloud spend billing cycle


  1. Automate your resource scheduling in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform
  2. Single pane of glass, with extensive built in reporting capability
  3. PAYG monthly subscription - cost less per resource than a cup of coffee.


The solution can be completely demo’d in 15 minutes - all features and functions. Gone are the days of demos for hours, death by powerpoint, and training courses.


The dollar savings speak volumes - right on our homepage of www.parkmycloud.com we have a daily updated figure which happens to be over $5 million dollars as of today. We have an extremely exciting 2018 planned, with AWS, Microsoft, and Google events upcoming. Lunch and Learns, speaking at IT forums, and other cloud conferences will also be on the agenda. We already have begun our entrance into the market in China, Malaysia, Singapore, and Japan just to name a few. Though I am based in Singapore, I will be operating in all countries throughout APAC. I look forward to working with you in the upcoming year and beyond!

Why not Both? Reduce cost & spend less time in managing all my clouds.

Posted on 29 January, 2018 at 1:35 Comments comments (0)


“My public cloud spend is far greater than we expected. “ We hear this daily in every conversation regarding the data-centre, private and public cloud. Let’s focus on the public cloud spend in AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. What to do about it?

Whether you are an organization which is on a cloud journey, or are a value-add partner helping to shape or create the cloud strategy, there are always options on the table. Let’s talk about a few of these and how they may work. Potential 2 approaches:

Evaluate the environment with software, or

Evaluate the environment with people, process, and software - aka consulting

Let’s assume that the software is well written and that the people involved and processes they follow are of good quality. Software alone should provide a relatively fast turnaround, and if it has reporting functionality, one should expect to kick out a report in a few hours or a few days depending on what’s being collected. (point in time snapshot vs performance or resourcing over time)

Add people and process to the above 3 equations, and you have consulting – which can be very customized, pivot on the fly, and give the human touch. All positives, right? Though this will take a longer time frame to get a report, the quality should be considerably higher. In today’s fast-moving IT and business landscape, we don’t have time to wait for results. Stop the bleeding now, do the cosmetic surgery later if needed.

As a company or a value-add partner, which should you choose?

What if the Software(Approach #1) can give you immediate savings, is easy to implement (as in no installation, just browser based), and is a very low cost application with rapid Return-Of-Investment in less than two months?

What if this software saved you or your clients up to 65% of their monthly cloud spend?

You could use this solution to give you a rapid (you see resource savings instantly for the end of the monthly bill) as well as be a low-cost answer to your overspend problem. What’s next?


Free up OPEX for new projects and speed your GTM to drive business

Free up the IT team’s time in order for them to focus on those new projects

Add $avings to the bottom line and net profit

How can you evaluate this solution, and realize savings as above? Reach out to me and let’s put some money back in your pocket. Or your clients’ pockets.

Everybody wins.

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