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AWS Compute Optimizer launches support for Amazon ECS services on AWS Fargate

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.

Optimize AWS costs without architectural changes or engineering overhead

Learn how you can optimize your current AWS footprint with little to no architectural changes. Focus on improving price-to-performance without introducing engineering overhead, large planning cycles, and significant time investment.

2022 CFM Peer Connect recap: What are customers doing to allocate shared costs?

The Cloud Financial Management (CFM) Peer Connect is a peer-focused interactive virtual event, providing AWS customers an environment to have an unbiased, open exchange of ideas and best practices relating to transforming your business with cost transparency, control, forecasting, and optimization. We share the top three ways customer have told us they allocate shared costs.

AWS re:Invent 2022 CEO Keynote through the Cloud Financial Management lens

How should we look at Cloud Financial Management in these uncertain economic times? In his re:Invent 2022 keynote speech, AWS CEO Adam Selipsky opened with the idea that in times of uncertainty, it’s tempting to cut back and slow down. He counters, however, that when it comes to the cloud, customers should be leaning in […]

AWS Compute Optimizer launches integration with application performance monitoring and observability partners

AWS Compute Optimizer launched the capability to integrate with several leading application performance management and observability partners, so you can view recommendations for your resources, regardless of your application monitoring preference. You now have multiple options for acquiring and including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) memory metrics in your EC2 rightsizing recommendations.

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 […]