Whether you are a small store or a large enterprise, the cloud has become essential if you’re working on a great idea. The cloud let’s you work immediately without worrying about any digital infrastructure. While this sounds extremely central in terms of utility, it is not particularly straightforward.
Although there’s no dearth of cloud providers, access to cloud is mostly contingent to availability of a credit card!
The Upfront Cloud – Access For Everyone
The Problem With Cloud Billing
The sheer volume of cloud vendors is great for variety and healthy competition, but it’s not great when a company gets dozens of invoices each month for services. Trying to track the bills and the contracts associated with the services quickly get overwhelming. Employees may add their own personal selections to further add to the confusion. Adding an AWS bill into the mix, with its fluctuating pay-as-you-go model, makes it difficult to adjust the budget consistently.
Put The Risks and Costs Upfront
The best way to fix these problems is to avoid them entirely. Engineer.ai’s (previously SD Squared) CloudOps.ai has launched a prepaid cloud Wallet (“Upfront Cloud Wallet”) designed to open up access for everyone. The startup founder can put money into a prepaid wallet that goes toward AWS bills. When the account is drained, that’s it. The founder isn’t stuck with over-limit fees on their credit cards or massive overage charges that they can’t accommodate in their budget.
provides free tools for monitoring and backup, as well as preventing bill shock with a prepaid wallet for AWS.