AWS Cloud Financial Management

Category: AWS Cost Explorer

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 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.

Easily save money on your compute spend with Savings Plans

Savings Plans is a flexible pricing model offering lower prices compared to On-Demand pricing, in exchange for a specific usage commitment (measured in $/hour) for a one or three-year period. AWS offers three types of Savings Plans – Compute Savings Plans, EC2 Instance Savings Plans, and Amazon SageMaker Savings Plans. Compute Savings Plans apply to […]

Choosing the AWS pricing strategy that fits your business

AWS pricing strategies offer you the flexibility to choose the most effective way to manage your costs and still keep the performance and capacity you require. Learn about Savings Plans and Reserved Instances and how you can decide what is right for your business.

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.