Category: AWS Fargate
We’re excited to announce that the cost data for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) tasks and AWS Batch jobs is now available in the AWS Cost and Usage Reports (CUR). With AWS Split Cost Allocation Data, you can easily understand and optimize cost and usage of your containerized applications, and allocate application costs back to individual business entities based on how shared compute and memory resources are consumed by your containerized applications. Learn how to opt into and view your Split Cost Allocation Data.
One of the most common customer requests we receive is related to supporting containerized applications. Compute Optimizer now has recommendations to help you identify optimal CPU and memory configurations for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) services running on AWS Fargate.
Use multiple overlapping Savings Plans to reduce commitment risk, increase discount coverage, and relieve the burden of long-range usage predictions.
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.
Following re:Invent 2021 and all the amazing announcements, there are so many new and exciting ways for customers to optimize cloud spend. This blog highlights some opportunities that customers could really benefit from, and offers guidance on how to take advantage of them, and, therefore, the savings.
As we celebrate the upcoming 15 years birthday of Amazon EC2, we walked down memory lane and took a look at all the customer-centric cost optimization resources available for you.