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Migrating to the cloud provides

numerous benefits

Enterprise-grade infrastructure and services are accessible to all businesses, not just major corporations with massive IT expenditures.

Most organizations move their system to the cloud to reduce costs. However, cloud infrastructure users eventually end up paying for the resources they may not use. Therefore, they must learn to optimize cloud costs as their business expands.


Why Is Cloud Optimization Important?

A cloud optimization strategy

can help ensure your migration to the cloud pays off almost immediately and in the longer term. Cloud optimization is essential for companies that want to see more cloud benefits such as reducing cloud costs, boosting their engineers’ productivity, and moving more operations from on-premises architecture to a cloud environment.

Pay-as-you-Go Example

You may think you use an efficient Pay-as-you-Use model with your cloud services platform. You may think you can auto-scale your cloud needs on-demand without reserving capacity in advance. But just because you use one of the popular cloud providers does not mean they automatically enable those capabilities in your account.


The Pay-as-you-Go

billing model does not work as efficiently as in electricity billing, where you pay for the precise amount of power you use. Instead, you may find that you are always over-allocating cloud resources, leading to massive waste on technology. Without deep visibility, estimating instances and optimal reserve capacity for your virtual operations becomes a wasteful, recurring problem.

How we can optimise cloud costs?

Minimizing your overall cloud spending by identifying mismanaged resources, eliminating waste, reserving capacity for higher discounts, and Right-Sizing computing services to scale is known as cloud cost optimization.

There are numerous effective practices for optimizing cloud costs.

  • Right size computing services

  • Find unused resources

  • Invest in Reserved Instances

  • Consolidate idle resources

  • Monitor & correct Cost Anomalies

  • Leverage heat maps

  • Multi-cloud VS Single Cloud

I'm not sure if I need cloud cost optimization

Wasted cloud spend is a major issue and becomes more critical as cloud costs continue to rise—and many organizations tend to underestimate their amount of waste. According to Flexera research respondents self-estimated that their organizations waste 32 percent of cloud spend, which is up from 30 percent last year.


Cloud Optimization

As the world increasingly moves to a cloud-based infrastructure, finding a company that offers cost optimization in cloud services becomes an increasingly important consideration. There are a number of different strategies that can be employed to optimize costs in the cloud, which we'll explore below.

Contact our optimisation experts!