Yeah. The religions around tools are always challenging from a governance perspective.
We actually had a $30,000 out-of-control query; well, they didn't say it was out of control, they said it was incredibly important for the analytics team to deliver a report but I'm like, "There's got to be a better way?" The scary thing about the cloud is that if you're buying a server to go through some sort of procurement process, it's not an admin who just hit some button, or an end user who's running a query that drives it, so it's obviously becomes a lot harder to control and you need to have team members with the right tools and the right skill set to conceive where you can run into these problems.
You need to move from human-controlled supply chain and governance to programmatic with cloud because it's so easy to spin up infrastructure.
Things like $30,000 queries; I run into this issue even with my tiny little startup of 10 people with Woven; our analytics costs have been in the thousands of dollars a month because of this exact issue and it takes a technologist who really understands, "Okay. What's the business question we're trying to answer? What's the most efficient way to answer based on how they're going to charge us?" and then to go off and fix those things. There's probably a real opportunity to do what you’re talking about @Mike; to come up with a mechanism to do programmatic controls for organizations that are tied to the business. I think it is a really interesting idea.