AWS just announced that they have dropped their prices again (we reported about their S3 price drop a few weeks ago). This is the 19th time they have dropped their prices since they launched EC2 in 2006. And it's not just AWS, other cloud providers also change their prices from time to time, for example Azure changed the pricing scheme of their SQL Server databases a few weeks ago.
Most people seem to be using Excel spreadsheets to estimate their cloud costs. Although this might have been a good choice a few years ago when there were only a few providers and they had fairly simple pricing schemes, it is no longer a wise option. We're almost done updating over 2,000 prices in our database from AWS, why would you plan to do that with a spreadsheet? You might say that you use the cost calculators from the cloud providers but those have their own problems...
Our aim is to make PlanForCloud so easy to use that you won't need to use spreadsheets. We'll take care of the hard-work whenever cloud providers change their prices. All you have to do is sign-in to your account and select your deployment to get new cost estimates of your existing deployments within seconds. So what are you waiting for? No registration or cloud credentials required - Log in as guest now through PlanForCloud.com.