Tag: AWS Cost and Usage Report
SMBs with limited resources are often challenged with time and resource constraints to perform AWS Well-Architected Reviews on a regular basis. CloudCheckr CMx gives you the visibility and intelligence you need to lower costs, maintain security and compliance, and optimize resources in single or multi-cloud infrastructure. CloudCheckr’s Well-Architected Readiness Advisor report leverages the AWS Well-Architected Tool to map CloudCheckr’s best practice checks to the 6 pillars of AWS Well-Architected.
One of the top challenges in operating a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution is measuring the resource consumption of individual tenants in order to understand their usage patterns, attribute costs, and more. The dynamic nature of SaaS environment and shifting needs makes it even more challenging. Explore how you can use the tenant resource consumption data you gathered to optimize your SaaS architecture, to improve operational footprint of SaaS environment and to drive business decisions.
IBM and Amazon are both signatories of The Climate Pledge, a commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2040—10 years ahead of The Paris Agreement. Learn how SaaS providers can optimize applications by implementing best practice recommendations from AWS, and review a few examples from IBM to optimize SaaS applications for sustainability and track the results via dashboard. Every action you take contributes to your organization’s broader sustainability goals.
As the adoption of Amazon EKS for running Kubernetes clusters grows, customers are seeking ways to better understand and control their costs. To address these customer needs and shed more light on EKS costs, AWS has collaborated with Anodot, an AWS Partner that uses machine learning to autonomously monitor and alert on costs in near real time, and provides recommendations to help customers quickly resolve cost anomalies.
The Cost Optimization Pillar of the SaaS Lens for the AWS Well-Architected Framework emphasizes the need for expenditure awareness by measuring tenant consumption and correlating it to tenant costs. This can prove challenging in SaaS solutions, where resources are shared across tenants. Learn how to leverage CloudZero to gain visibility into tenant consumption, and how you can gain insights into tenant cost using CloudZero’s Enhanced Unit Cost Analytics.
Tagging helps organizations optimize expenses while improving the ROI of their cloud deployments and providing an effective means of allocating expenses to the correct cost centers. Tagbot is a simple tool that uses AI/ML to expose the tag coverage in your AWS environment. Built by TrackIt and available on AWS Marketplace, Tagbot addresses the business impact associated with how well-tagged your infrastructure is.
Application modernization requires a holistic approach, and Cloudwiry enables optimization and modernization of cloud deployments by evaluating AWS services involved. Learn how the Cloudwiry Enterprise platform can help your organization make informed decisions about application modernization. This post also takes a deeper look into specific examples of how Cloudwiry has helped customers optimize their cloud usage on AWS.
Most enterprises go through the process of monthly chargeback (cost allocation) of their AWS costs to internal business units or cost centers. The AWS Cost and Usage Report can provide the flexibility needed to create detailed custom billing rules. Learn how VMware implemented an equitable chargeback model using CloudHealth’s FlexReports, a simple solution for companies that have multiple Payers or just want to implement custom billing rules quickly.
Cloud cost governance ensures customers are availing all potential services, tools, and resources to continuously track, optimize, and control their overall cloud spend. Learn how Tech Mahindra achieved one customer’s goal of cloud finance using cost management best practices along with AWS native tools and techniques. Tech Mahindra worked closely with the customer’s IT, engineering, and finance teams to understand their existing cloud governance model and issues.
With the support of AWS SaaS Factory, CloudZero launched a new capability for companies with investments in containerized workloads orchestrated with Kubernetes in the AWS environment. With this new capability, software providers can understand the exact container costs breakdown and how they roll up to products, features, and teams along with their other AWS services. Hear from Tim Buntel, Chief Product Officer at CloudZero, who shares some insights about their recent launch.