All week long, our Cloud Financial Management experts have been speaking with customers and CFM practitioners from around the globe at re:Invent 2022. A few questions, time and again, have emerged as trending topics, so we’re answering them here, direct from the CFM kiosk.
Here’s a sneak peek of the ways you can engage with the AWS Cloud Financial Management (CFM) team. Hope you find this cheat sheet helpful as you build your re:Invent catalog. We’ll keep updating this blog as it approaches re:Invent to make sure we include all CFM activities, so you don’t miss out.
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.
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 […]
Find cost savings from 2020 re:Invent announcements. Learn how you can save with Amazon EBS gp3; monitor and save your AWS Lambda cost with CloudWatch Lambda Insights; and save cost for your Amazon Athena usage with engine version 2 and control costs for your Athena workgroups with CloudWatch Query Metrics.
We are excited to announce that AWS Cost Anomaly Detection is now generally available. AWS Cost Anomaly Detection uses a multi-layered machine learning model that learns your unique, historic spend patterns to detect one-time cost spike and/or continuous cost increases, without you having to define your thresholds. Every anomaly detected will be available in the detection history tab. We send you the anomaly detection report with root-cause analysis. And the service also comes at no cost to our customers.
Andy Jassy shared 8 core reinvention guidelines in his 2020 AWS re:Invent keynote. These guidelines are key to keep organizations stay successful and translate well into IT Financial Management. Learn from his speech and our recently published “AWS Cloud Financial Management Guide” about how you can establish effective technology financial management in order to fully realize the value of your investment.
What do you miss most about re:Invent? For those of you who haven’t been to one yet, re:Invent is a conference hosted by AWS for the global cloud computing community. Each year tens of thousands of customers and partners from around the globe gather in Las Vegas for a week of “jam packed” launch announcement, education, networking, and most importantly fun activities.
Procurement and Account Payable (AP) teams are critical players in the IT Financial Management process. They ensure the accurate and punctual purchase and payment of technology resources that organizations need. From the “traditional technology consumption” era, when organizations had a more structured approval and procurement cycle to acquire and stand up physical infrastructures, to the […]
And just like that, the Expo Hall portion of the re:Invent conference is officially closed for 2019! The AWS Cost Management booth staff would like to thank the hundreds of you who took the time to stop by and share anecdotes about your cloud financial management journey with us. We also appreciate your feedback on […]