AWS Partner stackArmor Introduces Cloud Cost Monitoring Tech

AWS Partner stackArmor Introduces Cloud Cost Monitoring Tech - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Certified Amazon Web Services partner stackArmor has unveiled a new product that works to help government agencies monitor cloud operational and costs-related data through the use of an “in-boundary“ deployment model.

The OpsAlert tool is designed to detect cloud resource idling, trace contract data and monitor costs via a single dashboard, the company said Wednesday.

It is compliant with the security regulations of the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement, the Federal Information Security Management Act and the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.

Gaurav Pal, a principal at stackArmor, said the company integrated algorithmic metrics and serverless monitoring features through unified billing accounts and various organizations.

“stackArmor OpsAlert is a non-SaaS offering that provides consolidated monitoring across accounts, especially within the AWS GovCloud region, without losing control of the data,“ added Pal.

McLean, Va.-based stackArmor offers security, compliance and governance services for federal agencies, government contractors and universities.

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