Cornell University decided to get help consolidating all of its 65 individual Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts under one university account to improve governance and manage costs.
“Before, we didn’t have a good way to allocate costs for specific cloud services to the colleges, departments or other users who were benefitting from them,” says Sarah Christen, assistant director of community platforms and cloudification services at Cornell University. “Now, with CloudCheckr, we can easily see who is using which resource and invoice them appropriately.”
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Managed 65 separate AWS accounts much more efficiently
Used CloudCheckr’s public sector expertise and credentials to maintain compliance in the cloud
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