AWS Cloud Financial Management

Category: AWS Cloud Financial Management

Using the right tools for your cloud cost forecasting

We’re at the final blog of our forecasting series! If you’ve been following along the past few weeks, you have explored creating a process for more effective forecasting, establishing a forecasting culture, and building driver-based forecasting. It is now time to put pen to paper and create your forecast. But where do you start? How […]

How to improve your cloud cost forecasting

It’s that time of year again, when companies are starting their 2023 planning. Since technology usage is often an organization’s highest expenditure after personnel costs, effectively forecasting cloud spend is vital to planning, negotiating, and achieving sustainable economies of scale as you grow and mature your business on the cloud. So, what can you can […]

ICYMI: Defining account strategy, achieving consistent cost tracking, and getting even more Well-Architected

In order to take advantage of the cloud’s agility, scalability, and speed-to-innovation, it’s essential to establish cost visibility and accountability. Transparent and accurate cost attribution helps you: Reduce waste and increase cost efficiency Measure ROI and align spend with business objectives, and Provide meaningful and actionable cost insights to help make more informed decisions about […]

ICYMI: Cloud-based data storage, driving innovation, and sustainability reporting journeys

When we talk about the Plan and Evaluate use case in the context of Cloud Financial Management, we refer to several use cases that all contribute to understanding and evaluating the economic performance of your IT investment, in alignment with your specific business priorities. We focus on the tools, resources, and best practices you can use […]

How can I get insights into my portfolio with AWS Cost Explorer?

Dive into the functional capabilities of AWS Cost Explorer to identify specific opportunities for cost savings. We’ll run through live demos to equip you with the knowledge you need to replicate these findings in your own portfolio.