AWS Cloud Financial Management
Category: AWS Cost and Usage Report
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q3 recap
It was a busy quarter for AWS Cloud Financial Management team. The tooling side of the organization has been delivering several new product features, including AWS Budgets, AWS Cost Anomaly Detection, AWS Cost Categories, AWS Billing Conductor, and AWS Compute Optimizer.
Get actionable cost insights that align with your business
Actionable cost insights are sets of cost and usage raw data and information from which leadership, product owners, and financial management can create effective data-driven actions. An insight that drives action is typically more valuable than one that simply answers a question—especially an insight that makes you rethink something and pushes you in a new direction.
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q2 recap
Learn more AWS 2022 Q2 launches, such as additional resource coverage for AWS Compute Optimizer, user interface updates for AWS Budgets and Bills, etc.
Bundled discounts in AWS Cost and Usage Report
Bundled discount is a usage-based discount that has conditional logic associated with usage. Bundled Discount gives customers free or discounted usage in one product/service based on the usage of another product/service.
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q1 recap
Take a look at what AWS Cloud Financial Management team delivered in Q1, such as AWS Billing Conductor, Carbon Footprint Tool, Auto-adjusting budgets, etc. and see how these new capabilities can help solve your immediate and long-term financial needs.
Key ways to start optimizing your AWS cloud costs
With AWS, you can take control of your cost and continuously optimize your cloud spend, while building modern, scalable applications to meet your needs. Sounds simple enough, right? But, there will be a learning curve to understand what tools and resources to use for specific purposes.
A Detailed Overview of the Cost Intelligence Dashboard
Voiced by Amazon Polly As your business grows on AWS, so too does the need for cost and usage visibility and custom cost reporting tailored for your organization. Good Cloud Financial Management (CFM) targets for your AWS usage can include (but are not limited to) Reserved Instance and Savings Plans coverage, average hourly cost of […]
Sneak Peek of re:Invent 2021 Cloud Financial Management Sessions & Events
Each year, we share a preview of what Cloud Financial Management (CFM) themed sessions you can look for at AWS re:Invent, so you can pre-register and reserve your seats at the sessions you find interesting. This year marks the 10th anniversary of AWS re:Invent and we’re excited to celebrate with our customers back in Las […]
Cost Control Blog Series #3: How to Handle Cost Shock
Voiced by Amazon Polly One of the biggest benefits of the cloud is the ability to scale dynamically and reduce costs by paying for only what you use, when you need it. However, when development teams aren’t prepared for this newfound flexibility, cost shock and unexpected cost spikes can occur. If you are new to […]
2021 Year-to-Date AWS Cloud Financial Management Updates Recap
For those of you who don’t want to miss any news from AWS Cloud Financial Management (CFM) space in 2021, this blog post will provide a quick recap of this year’s updates: from category name updates, to CFM training for builders, to all the service and feature enhancement across CFM solution areas.