How it Works

Step One

Connect Your Cloud Account

After signing up for a Save On Clouds account, follow the on-screen instructions to connect your cloud account or subscription.
For AWS users, we provide a tailored CloudFormation script.

If you need help, just click the button!

Step Two

Fetch Your Cloud Resources Data

Once you connect to your cloud account(s), you will be redirected to the Cloud Resources page. Find out exactly where you can optimize your cloud resources for more savings. You can start or stop resources manually, set schedules, and monitor usage patterns on this page.
When a resource is started or stopped, you will receive an alert.

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Step Three

Set Up Schedules

Customize your Save On Clouds account to the schedule you need. Choose when a resource or group of resources must be kept on or off.
If you need to occasionally use a scheduled resource when it is switched off, you can override the schedules for a given length of time.

Step Four

Customize Your Environments

Your teams can group virtual machines and databases based on their desired environment.

Choose when to switch these environments on and off according to your desired schedules.


Unlimited cloud accounts

Add as many cloud accounts as you wish for easy optimization.


Customized schedule

Switch your resources individually or collectively based on your desired schedule.


Unlimited users and groups

Invite your colleagues to help manage your resources. There is no limit!



You can manage your resources via our Restful APIs. The perfect solution for automation!



Receive notifications via email, Microsoft Teams, Slack, or PagerDuty when resource statuses change.

Frequently Asked Questions


What is a Cloud Resource?

A Cloud Resource is a virtual machine such as AWS EC2, or a database such as Google Cloud SQL.

What is an Environment?

An Environment is a collection of resources. For example, your "Shared Services" environment may include virtual machines and databases that are used by your CI/CD system.

What is a Schedule?

A schedule is the set of parameters you set to determine when an individual resource or an environment (a collection of resources) must be turned on or off.

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