Resoto creates an inventory of your cloud, provides deep visibility, and reacts to changes in your infrastructure.
Open-source, self-managed, always free.
If you don’t know what is running in your cloud, it will cost you.
At some point, you lose track of where people put stuff. Spinning up new resources carries little risk, but cleaning up can have unforeseen consequences.
It is no surprise that resource usage tends to grow.
I built the first version of Resoto to get a handle on the infrastructure at D2iQ. We had around two hundred engineers able to spin up resources but only a small, three-person SRE team responsible for all cloud usage.
Build infrastructure that moves your company forward.
No more custom scripts or cron jobs that disappear when your engineers move on to new roles.
Resoto runs in the background and automates the grunt work of infrastructure maintenance, so you can spend your time building features that help developers ship more product.
Resoto provides a “God View” of asset changes and policy violations across all of your clouds, projects, and accounts.
Resoto keeps track of your infrastructure and puts all the data at your fingertips.
Understand who is running what, answer questions about your infrastructure, and ensure efficiency at scale without slowing down development.
Resoto is like a map when exploring an unfamiliar city.
Write ad-hoc queries with full-text metadata search across all your cloud accounts or projects using the command-line interface.
Turn your searches into regular reports, with fleet-wide metrics you can export to your existing tools and share with colleagues in Product or Finance.
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