Category: Best Practices
ICYMI: Re-architect for cost optimization, automate optimization, and cost saving opportunities during migrations
To help you with centralized billing, payment, cost control, and cost governance, we’ve selected the top 3 resources around cost management and control on AWS from last month.
After helping organizations from multiple industries and geographies succeed on their cloud adoption journey, we identified a direct correlation between the lack of mechanisms for cost management with behind plan and stalled migrations. In general, when customers are forced to slow down their migration, there is a significant impact on their expected return of investment […]
ICYMI: Designing cost allocation strategies, tracking effectiveness of cloud adoption, and laying foundation for cost optimization
Having access to real-time data is a clear perk of the cloud. To help you maximize the value of the cloud, we’ve curated three AWS resources to help you organize, allocate, and visualize this data.
AWS Cost Categories allows you to categorize your cost and usage information precisely to your organizational structure and cost allocation needs such as teams, cost centers, geography, applications, and more. Learn more!
How can you make your data work for you and your specific business needs? We asked three AWS CFM experts to share their advice on how you can get started.
Cloud Financial Management (CFM) is a fundamental part of every customer’s cloud journey. Whether you are building applications natively in the cloud, migrating your workloads to the cloud, or expanding your adoption of cloud services, CFM can help you achieve the full business value associated with cloud adoption.
In this blog post, we’ll cover the elements of a good metrics strategy and how you can create one, and we’ll share some KPI examples to help you get started.
In this blog, we will address some commonly asked questions we received about AWS Billing Conductor, so you understand how this service can be of use in your day-to-day AWS billing and cost allocation needs.
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.
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.