Category: *Post Types
When helping customers build TCO models for their cloud migration, we often come across customer analysts who say their financial models show that moving to the cloud is more expensive than staying on premises. What we’ve found is that customers often exclude key inputs that lead to inaccurate cost comparison models.Read More
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.Read More
Get near real-time visibility into anomalous spend by receiving AWS Cost Anomaly Detection alert notifications in Slack using AWS Chatbot. With faster visibility and insights you can reduce cost surprises, enhance control, and proactively increase savings. AWS Cost Anomaly Detection uses advanced Machine Learning to help identify and evaluate the root cause of spend anomalies. […]Read More
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.Read More
Do you want to transform your business with cost transparency, control, forecasting, and optimization, but don’t know where to start? You’re not alone. Here are our answers to the top 3 customer questions and the top 3 key takeaways to help you start transforming your business by managing and optimizing your spend.Read More
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.Read More
As we start this cost allocation discussion with a customer they often ask: How do I allocate cloud costs to various company cost centers? Which of my lines of business, teams, or organizations drove increased spend and usage?
How can I make sure end users are accountable for their spend? How do I deal with shared cost resources?