Get to know the carbon footprint of your cloud usage - and reduce it
Cloud Carbon Footprint is an open source tool that provides visibility and tooling to measure, monitor and reduce your cloud carbon emissions. We use best practice methodologies such as Etsy's Cloud Jewels: Estimating kWh in the Cloud, to convert cloud utilization into estimated energy usage and carbon emissions, producing metrics that can be shared with employees, investors, and other stakeholders.
MEASURE AND CONTROL YOUR IMPACT
Know where to target your optimizations, such as reducing the number and size of servers and requests. This decreases your usage and saves you money.
Meet Sustainability Goals
Measure your emissions over time and see what workloads are the dirtiest. Switch usage to regions with greener energy to meet your targets.
Satisfy Investors and Employees
Demonstrate a commitment to sustainability and enable stakeholders to measure cloud carbon emissions to inform decision making.
Ground Up Sustainability
Enable engineers to monitor emissions and usage daily. This allows for iteratively updating practices and choices to optimize for emissions and cost reduction.
Architected to work for multiple cloud providers including, AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure, and displays cloud carbon metrics in a single holistic view
Ability to measure usage at a granular service level and use actual server utilization rather than average utilization for hyperscale data centers
Provides estimates for both energy and carbon emissions from cloud usage
Monitors your energy usage and carbon footprint visually via graphs and charts, with the ability to keep track of data in tables and export metrics in CSV to share with stakeholders
The solution is open and extensible with the potential to add other cloud providers, on-prem or co-located data centers