Moving to the cloud brought the promise of reducing your technology costs by eliminating large capital expenses and giving you the ability to pay for only the resources and power you actually need.
However, for many companies, the economic reality of the cloud is that costs steadily rise over time, without clear gains in performance, flexibility, or user experience.
Reducing costs becomes an imperative, but without clear insight into what drives your spend, strategic cost reduction is impossible. Our Cloud Economists will give you that insight, along with the guidance you need to ensure that your cloud spend is productive and efficient, without diminishing your users’ experience.
How we do it
Analyze Unused & Idle Resources
Identify idle resources and to understand why any services and assets within your AWS, Google or Azure environment are no longer in use.
Identify Mis-Provisioned Resources1
Correctly configure resources to deliver the performance and services you need.
Upgrade instances for price decreases and performance improvements to ensure you get the best performance at the lowest price.
Manage Reservations and Commitments
Consider RIs or Google CUDs for prepaid resources at a lower cost in order to optimize for the best deal.
Pick the right storage strategy to save money and ensure availability.
Content Distribution Strategy
Understand where and how you are distributing your content to end-users in order to impact storage and distribution costs.
Cloud Assessment Report, including
– Reservation and commitment plan
– Rightsizing plan
– Tuning architecture for cost reduction
– Attribution of costs