CloudCheckr Raises $2M To Help AWS Customers Analyze Resources, Costs And Security


Cutting through Amazon Web Services complexity is becoming quite a business. CloudCheckr is the latest to leverage AWS’ lack of tools for analyzing resources, costs and security with the news of a $2 million investment and the general availability of its freemium service. The Series A round was led by Garrison Capital with Genesee Capital also participating.

Here’s how it works. Let’s say a customer has started using AWS. As time goes on, it becomes apparent that customers don’t have a simple way to get a picture of the overall health of what they have deployed. It’s possible to get the information, but the system is fairly complex. Enter CloudCheckr.

Customers first configure their AWS accounts so they can be accessed by the CloudCheckr service.


Then they configure their reporting settings, which can be customized to include particular modules such as resource monitoring. They can also monitor multiple services and all regions within…

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