AWS Cloud Financial Management
Tag: AWS Budgets
4 questions to consider when starting your CFM journey
When starting your CFM practice, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, or like you’re already behind the curve. You’re not alone. To help, we’ve answered the top 4 questions we hear from customers when they’re first getting started so you can kickstart your Cloud Financial Management journey with confidence. Is there a particular order that you […]
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q4 recap
Hope you all had a memorable holiday and are ready to kickstart your Cloud Financial Management (CFM) effort for 2023. We were busy in Q4 last year and want to make sure you don’t miss anything. If you just started following our blog channel, we’ve provided reference links in this blog so you have the […]
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q3 recap
It was a busy quarter for AWS Cloud Financial Management team. The tooling side of the organization has been delivering several new product features, including AWS Budgets, AWS Cost Anomaly Detection, AWS Cost Categories, AWS Billing Conductor, and AWS Compute Optimizer.
How Medibank achieved cost visibility and control on AWS
As Medibank continued to migrate its workloads to AWS and onboard new applications in the cloud, it became increasingly important to establish both visibility and accountability of AWS cost and usage to each business unit and project, which would also help reduce the risk of costs exceeding the allocated budget. Teams also found it hard to optimize their usage due to lack of clear metrics and feedback loops.
AWS Cloud Financial Management 2022 Q2 recap
Learn more AWS 2022 Q2 launches, such as additional resource coverage for AWS Compute Optimizer, user interface updates for AWS Budgets and Bills, etc.
Launch: AWS Marketplace Vendor Metered Tagging
Customers want to view all AWS related costs via one single pane of glass, whether it be AWS service charges, or third party tools and software licenses purchased through AWS Marketplace. Read this blog “Monitoring your AWS Marketplace Costs and Usage” to learn how you can use AWS Cost Management tools to monitor your software […]
Launch: AWS Budgets Actions
Imagine you can put some real teeth to your AWS Budgets. Rather than warning you of a forecasted or actual cost overage, AWS can act on your behalf and stop the activities that caused the overage. We are pleased to announce that this came to a reality with the launch of AWS Budget Actions. Our […]
Launch: Daily Cost and Usage Budgets
AWS Budgets allows you to stay informed of your cost and usage based on the custom budget limits. You will receive alerts if your cost and usage exceed or are forecasted to exceed these monthly, quarterly, and/or annual budget thresholds you set yourselves. The best way to leverage AWS Budgets is to set your expected […]
Launch: Cloud Financial Management services available in China
We are pleased to announce the AWS Cost Management suite of products is now available in AWS China (Ningxia) Region, operated by NWCD, and in AWS China (Beijing) Region, operated by Sinnet. The services and features include AWS Cost Explorer, AWS Budgets, AWS Cost and Usage Report (CUR), Reserved Instances Recommendation and Reporting, and EC2 […]
Leveraging the CFM lever to move your business world
“Give me a lever long enough and a fulcrum on which to place it, and I shall move the world” – Archimedes. 451 Research’s recent whitepaper “Cloud Financial Management, Small Changes Can Make Big Impacts” (April 2020) highlights how organizations who are able to embrace the CFM lever correctly are able to accelerate both top […]