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The company tracking cloud spending will now let you spend money on its service. Cloudability believes that with more businesses are moving to the cloud, monitoring the costs is becoming important. Now it's put a price on that importance, including a free plan that will track up to $2,500 per month on more than 80 services, including AWS platforms like Amazon EC2. Of course, there's a Cloudability API so you can get at your data however you want.
Sometimes the API world can get a little meta. Cloudability is a startup focused solely on helping companies determine how much they're spending in the cloud. Now the company is entering public beta, which includes launching its Cloudability API. That makes the service another API for APIs.
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