AWS Compute Optimizer vs. ProsperOps

Overview
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AWS Compute Optimizer
Score 8.3 out of 10
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AWS Compute Optimizer recommends optimal AWS Compute resources for workloads to reduce costs and improve performance by using machine learning to analyze historical utilization metrics. Over-provisioning compute can lead to unnecessary infrastructure cost and under-provisioning compute can lead to poor application performance. Compute Optimizer helps users choose the optimal Amazon EC2 instance types, including those that are part of an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling group, based on utilization data.N/A
ProsperOps
Score 9.3 out of 10
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ProsperOps is a fully autonomous cost optimization solution for Amazon Web Services (AWS) that helps organizations save money and manage risk. It aims to help customers increase their Effective Savings Rate by an average of 68%, returning material dollars back to their cloud budgets. At the same time, ProsperOps can reduce risk by aligning commitment timelines and shrinking term length. Using real-time telemetry from the user's cloud environment, ProsperOps…N/A
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Medium-sized Companies
ServiceNow IT Asset Management
ServiceNow IT Asset Management
Score 8.5 out of 10
ServiceNow IT Asset Management
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Score 8.5 out of 10
Enterprises
vRealize Operations
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Score 8.9 out of 10
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Score 8.9 out of 10
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User Testimonials
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Likelihood to Recommend
Amazon AWS
AWS Compute Optimizer works well if you are using AWS as the core tech stack. If you are on mixed cloud deployments, then it is less appropriate because it can only give you a partial view. It might be helpful to use a tool that aggregates the usage and billing data from multiple platforms instead.
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ProsperOps
Our firm spends the majority of its cloud budget on EC2 instances, Fargate deployments, and Lambda executions. Automated modifications to discount portfolios based on changes in workloads allow ProsperOops to handle our shifting workloads with ease. In order to meet our net cloud budget requirements, it always follows a high-quality SP (Savings Plan) Portfolio management strategy.
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Pros
Amazon AWS
  • Detailed analysis of resource uses
  • Suggestion to reduce cost
  • Easy to use
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ProsperOps
  • The arbitrage strategy is effective. It's hard to believe how good the service is.
  • It is a plug-and-forget approach for ProsperOps.
  • It costs ProsperOps a percentage of the savings they make.
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Cons
Amazon AWS
  • Although it works great for AWS services but they should give a third party cost add option
  • Many features only work when there is large data available
  • sometime suggestions are not relevant to business problem we address
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ProsperOps
  • The inclusion of RDS and Elasticache in cost management is something I'd be all for.
  • When it comes to EC2 capacity reservations, ProsperOps only includes reserved instances in the region where we are located.
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Alternatives Considered
Amazon AWS
Although both work in the same manner I prefer AWS cause our department mostly work on AWS technologies and it really makes our life easy in terms of cutting cost and making our application efficient and it gives a whole understanding of resource utilization. I recommend AWS Cost optimizer to all.
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ProsperOps
To see the aggregated costs on AWS billings, we may purchase the service through AWS Marketplace instead of viewing it in ProsperOps' dashboard. Now that we're using it for AWS, we're talking with our clients about adding it to Microsoft Azure, too, so that we can make use of the tool's cloud cost control and visibility capabilities.
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Return on Investment
Amazon AWS
  • It has a very positive impact
  • Reduced the cost by a significant amount
  • Great understanding of resource utilization
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ProsperOps
  • Our Effective Savings Rate has risen since we started using ProsperOps.
  • Our AWS bill savings will cover the cost of the service.
  • As much as 95.4% of our compute on-demand costs are covered by ProsperOps, and all of the savings are put to good use.
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