Created in 2012, the CloudHealth company has developed a solution in SaaS mode enabling cost management (Finops), performance optimization, governance definition, infrastructure workload migration assessment and securing infrastructure with the support of the main Public Cloud operators.
The company was bought out by VMware in 2018. Over 7 000 enterprises have already adopted the solution
CloudHealth is the most mature and advanced technology in the field of MultiCloud Governance, Management and Financial Management and brings all the essential migration tools to major projects. This is the Finops multicloud reference tool.
Created in 2010, Datadog has developed a Cloud infrastructure monitoring solution, for applications, data bases and API. It enables optimizing all IT processes of development (DEV) and Operations (OPS) teams from the same interface. It also enables analysis of the Public Cloud leader infrastructures: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and Red Hat OpenShift.
The company employs over 1000 staff worldwide. It has been listed on the Nasdaq since September 2019, with a value of over 20 billion US dollars and has more than 10 000 customer references.
Datadog is a native Cloud monitoring solution designed for last-generation Cloud environments. It enables precise monitoring of servers, databases, containers and other third party services. These features help the DevOps teams to avoid downtime, to resolve performance issues and to ensure the best user experience for their customers. The solution permits reuniting the IT and business teams on the same tool while having different dashboards. The analysis scope is the broadest on the market and the features are the most complete.
Founded in 2010, InterCloud has transformed the way in which corporations connect to the Cloud. By providing « as code » connectivity, it offers an unequalled way to have end-to-end trust with better visibility, greater control of multi-cloud access and a high level of security.
The major Cloud providers, such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google Cloud, Salesforce, ServiceNow, IBM Cloud, SAP, Outscale, Oracle Cloud and Alibaba Cloud have joined the InterCloud platform.
Multinationals like the SNCF, Schneider Electric, Veolia… have entrusted InterCloud with providing a suitable connectivity solution adapted to their security and compliance needs in the hybridization of their business applications.
Massive migrations to the Public Cloud have called into question network typologies and traditional operator links. The development of the Multi-Cloud model over the last five years had led corporations to reconsider the connectivity of their service providers for 5 reasons:
• Management and access control
• Flexibility and link deployment time
• Security, high availability and compliance
InterCloud offers services meeting these 4 criteria, with international capacity and very broad cover from the Cloud providers.