Last updated on February 4th, 2023 at 3:01pm
High-growth SaaS companies of today need a different approach to supporting their cloud estate than the traditional companies of yesterday. Here’s why: As organizations scale, they rapidly change. That makes it difficult for engineering and IT to keep up. As a result, a company’s cloud estate can become a snowball of technical debt that leaves them spending more to innovate less.
It’s easy to see why companies with a well-managed cloud can move faster, while those who neglect their cloud environments get left behind.
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To scale without slowing innovation engineering teams need native, least privileged access to the best-fit services for the task. Finance needs to efficiently allocate capital and proactively prevent overspending. And security teams need to automatically prevent and remediate violations of compliance and security requirements to reduce risk and maintain agility. To accomplish this, the last thing you want to do is divert the focus of your team from advancing capabilities within your product or service to routine cloud management tasks just to keep up with demands as the business grows.
Kion offers the only single platform approach to cloud enablement, transcending cloud management and cloud governance by offering all three pillars — automation & orchestration, financial management, and continuous compliance — necessary for total cloud control.
Kion brings together all team members and all three major cloud providers, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud, with clearer visibility into cloud usage, better ways to control costs, and more scalable methods to automate compliance in the cloud.