AWS Cloud Financial Management

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ICYMI: Drive cost efficiency, learn how Salesforce innovated and saved, and optimize cost savings

By continually cost optimizing, you can maximize the value of the cloud for your business. You can build modern, scalable applications that maintain the performance and capacity you require, while avoiding any over spending associated with over provisioned or idle resources. There are a variety of ways you can take control of your cloud spend […]

ICYMI: Managing cloud costs, supercharging your financial performance, and getting started with CFM

Do you know how to accurately plan and evaluate your cloud costs to meet business objectives without sacrificing the ability to innovate and scale? To help answer this frequently asked question, we’re sharing this month’s top 3 AWS resources related to planning and evaluating your IT spend.

Recap of Cloud Financial Management (CFM) Customer Engagement on 2022 AWS Summits

Thank you for those who came out and chatted with us about your CFM journey during the last few AWS Summits this year.  Nothing beats a real customer conversation. The experience you shared with us allows us to reflect upon how we can better work together to solve your CFM needs.  I thought it’d be helpful to share some commonly asked questions as a recap.  

How DPG accelerated its digital transformation with Cloud Financial Management

DPG Media Group is an international media company operating in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Denmark. With strong, well-known brands in publishing, broadcasting, and online services, DPG Media serves customers 24/7, and employs 6,000 people. It began using AWS services in 2016 to support and accelerate its digital transformation by increasing agility, while decreasing time-to-market.

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.