Gain & maintain visibility of costs across hybrid clouds

September 30, 2019 Tim Rab

Budgetary control over IT resources has become more challenging for many organisations as they move from capex to opex models for their IT spending. A 2019 study by Computer Economic found that 29% of organisations are actively reducing capital spending on IT. The same percentage of organisations are running more than half their applications already in the cloud, a growth of 300% compared to 2017.

Introducing: Data pipelines

June 27, 2019 Tim Rab

We’re excited to announce our latest release 2.4.7 which has a bunch of new functionality to drive your hybrid cloud costs reporting and billing needs. In this blog post we will give you a brief overview of some of the key enhancements you will see with version 2.4.7, which was released on June 21st, and we will also preview some exciting new features that are coming in our next release.

How Exivity helps both large enterprises and individuals gain insight into their spending habits

April 18, 2019 Erwin Keijzer

Cloud is everywhere but so is the need to have in-depth insights into your personal finances. This got us thinking as Exivity is the world’s most flexible cloud metering & billing solution for on-premises, hybrid and public cloud resources and we mean it because it is also deployable for personal use. With some creative ways and a non-standard procedure, our team at Exivity has found a way to deploy Exivity for personal financial insight into monthly credit card expenditure.

It’s time to leave your Excel sheets and CSV files behind!

April 1, 2019 Erwin Keijzer

With cloud in high demand and IoT at an all-time high, more and more Enterprise organizations and Service Providers are starting to either use Hybrid cloud providers or sell them. Most of the times, they also tend to pick many different types of cloud providers, depending on the intended use case. You would expect that they also have efficient systems in place to track usage, spending and to compile accurate chargeback/showback report. Yet, we have seen many companies struggle with getting these insights and invoicing processes aligned.

Exivity is now available in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace

March 10, 2019 Tim Rab

Microsoft Azure customers worldwide now gain access to Exivity to take advantage of the scalability, reliability, and agility of Azure to drive application development and shape business strategies.

Exivity live on the Amazon Marketplace

February 6, 2019 Tim Rab

We’re excited to announce today that we’re live on the Amazon Marketplace. The Exivity solution was already available on both the Azure Public Marketplace as well as the Azure Stack Marketplace. But as of today, users of the AWS platform can now easily deploy our solution from the AWS Marketplace. When deploying thru the AWS Marketplace, you are guaranteed to get the latest version of Exivity installed & ready to use within a few minutes. And of course we allow you to run a free trial with our software so you can test it properly before buying.

Exivity live on Azure Stack Marketplace

December 19, 2018 Tim Rab

Exivity are very pleased to announce that as of today Exivity is live on the Microsoft Azure Stack Marketplace. The Azure Stack Marketplace is distinct from the Public Azure Marketplace and separate test and acceptance processes needed to be completed before Microsoft approved the offering.

This is because Azure Stack can run offline in “disconnected mode”, so the availability of an internet connection cannot be assumed. Also some features that are available in the public version of Azure are not available in the on-premises version. Since Exivity is public, private or hybrid compatible the on boarding process went smoothly.

How to ease your multi-cloud environment pain points in 2019

December 12, 2018 Erwin Keijzer

2018 is coming to an end and unfortunately, there are still organizations struggling with costs for cloud deployments. Big public clouds such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon Web Services rely on the accuracy of the information provided by users.

Billing automation for Azure Partner Shared Services

November 28, 2017 Tim Rab

Microsoft recently introduced a new Azure offer type for partners in the CSP program. This new program allows CSP partners to purchase, track and manage Azure internal spending. As Microsoft describes it:

With Azure Partner Shared Services partners now have the same flexibility to use Azure subscriptions in CSP as they do in the Microsoft Enterprise Agreement and Web Direct programs. Partners in CSP will now be able to do things like:

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