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Feature • May 19, 2022
Vantage Launches Showback Support through Percentage Based Cost Allocation

When creating filters on Cost Reports, customers can now choose to allocate only a percentage of those costs to appear on a Cost Report.

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Feature • Mar 17, 2022
Vantage now Integrates with Microsoft Teams

Today, Vantage announces the launch of an integration with Microsoft Teams. Vantage users can now...

Feature • Mar 15, 2022
Vantage Launches Google Cloud Support

Today Vantage announces general availability for support of Google Cloud costs. Google Cloud customers can now...

Feature • Mar 14, 2022
Vantage Launches Role Based Access Control For Team Management

Today, Vantage announces the launch of Role Based Access Control (hereon referred to as ‘RBAC’) which gives customers...

Feature • Feb 2, 2022
Vantage Launches SAML Single Sign-on (SSO) Support

Today Vantage announces the general availability of SAML Single Sign-on (SSO) support for Vantage customers in the Enterprise Tier.

Feature • Jan 25, 2022
Vantage Announces Early Access for Google Cloud Support

Today, Vantage announces early access for Google Cloud support. Vantage users can now opt in to early access...

Company • Jan 18, 2022
Vantage Partners with Quolum to Provide Cost Insights to Largest SaaS Infrastructure Line Item Expense

Today Vantage announces a partnership with Quolum, a provider of SaaS Procurement and Management solutions.

Education • Jan 12, 2022
RDS vs PlanetScale: Pricing Considerations

Today Vantage announces the launch of Savings Planner: a set of planning and forecasting dashboards that allow...

Feature • Jan 11, 2022
Vantage Launches ‘Savings Planner’ to Model AWS Savings Plans

Today Vantage announces the launch of Savings Planner: a set of planning and forecasting dashboards that allow...

Education • Dec 21, 2021
AWS Savings Plans vs Reserved Instances

AWS Savings Plans are inherently more flexible than Reserved Instances. Increasingly more customers choose Savings Plans to get the same savings rates as Reserved Instances but not get locked into a specific instance...