Earlier this week, I was catching up with CloudCheckr for a preliminary briefing on my upcoming Cloud Services Management research coming out in December. This market, in general, is important to Amalgam’s coverage because the largest cloud infrastructure companies are growing over 50% per year, yet the majority of these services are not being managed or tracked from either a financial or governance perspective on a regular basis.
(Sneak peek: CloudCheckr’s combination of cost management, security management, and price ends up being a key reason that CloudCheckr has quickly grown to over 120 employees.)
During our conversation, Product Marketing Manager Todd Bernhard showed Amalgam an interesting tool for checking if Amazon Web Services S3 buckets are publicly accessible.
Why S3 Accessiblity Matters