Uniskai Multi-cloud Options

Learn about our multicloud options

Updated over a week ago

In the coming years, the adoption of multicloud is set to skyrocket, presenting numerous advantages for IT businesses. By diversifying your choice of providers, you minimize risks and potential negative impacts on your company compared to relying solely on a single cloud provider. A multicloud approach allows your DevOps engineers to choose and make decisions. For instance, implementing a multicloud strategy allows them to diversify your infrastructure's hosting locations, ensuring high customer availability.

Uniskai by Profisea Labs stays ahead of the curve, offering multicloud opportunities for those embracing this approach. We currently support AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure providers. Connecting your account to Uniskai is a breeze, enabling you to manage your cloud resources through the Dashboard and Cloudview, while optimizing your spending with smart cost optimization features crafted by our expert engineers. The user-friendly interface of the Uniskai platform makes it easy for even non-specialists to grasp the state of the cloud infrastructure and seamlessly switch between the two account providers.

A step-by-step guide for connecting your account is outlined in this collection, complete with detailed instructions and screenshots accessible within the Uniskai platform.

Below is a table outlining Uniskai's features. If you would like more details on each feature, please refer to our Uniskai Guide.

Amazon Web Services

Google Cloud Platform

Azure

Cloudview

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+

+

Smart Savings

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(Spots, Waste, Cloudsitter)

(Waste, Cloudsitter, Rightsizing)

Billing

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+

+

Waste Manager

+

+

+

Cloudsitter

+

+

+

Rightsizing

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Coming soon

+

Spot Manager

+

+

Coming soon

Reservation

+

Coming soon

Coming soon

Savings

+

+

+

Cloudguard

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Coming soon

Coming soon

We are continuously updating our platform to meet customer requirements, so stay tuned and check out our latest release notes.

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