Conceptualised by Australian technology consultancy Versent, Stax was initially brought to life by three cloud-savvy employees who were frustrated with the uncertainty and lack of visibility surrounding cloud deployments. And when their customers voiced the same frustrations, it seemed like a good time to take action.
Taking a design-led approach to development – and picking the brains of some willing customers along the way – the Stax team set about creating an efficient and intuitive AWS monitoring tool that would take the guesswork out of cloud technology management, and provide a new level of confidence for customers.
Stax was built by a team of cloud computing experts, with the aim of delivering AWS monitoring tools which would improve cloud computing efficiency and deliver cloud cost savings. Meet some of our team.
A tool such as Stax can give you all the visibility you need into your cloud costs as well as your compliance obligations, organised in a way that matches your business – because infrastructure almost never matches business structure.
Versent's Stax provides visibility of AWS workloads to assist budgeting and compliance.
Stax was driven by the most common complaint we hear from enterprises that use cloud infrastructure services, that they don't know where everything is and can't keep track of it.
The purpose of Stax is to develop a “powerful and engaging tool” that makes understanding and managing cloud easy, further increasing confidence for enterprises moving to the cloud and helping to improve maturity in AWS.
Versent created the spinout software company, Stax, whose mission is to help users answer the question ‘where is my s***’.