cloud economics

What is Cloud Economics and Why is it Important?

Cloud economics is all about understanding cloud migration’s principles and cost-benefit analysis. It helps CIOs (chief information officer) and IT leaders weigh on the costs of security and compliance, management, and infrastructure to determine if migrating resources to the cloud is a good idea. Ideally, cloud economics is an approach to determining whether cloud migration…

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aws cloud

Benefits of Migrating Your IT Resources to AWS Cloud

Cloud computing has gained relevance for the past decade, thanks to the numerous benefits it offers. As more organizations realize the benefits of on-demand delivery, cloud platforms are gaining even more traction. If you want to future-proof your business, it’s imperative to consider migration to a more agile cloud platform. AWS cloud is at the…

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aws trusted advisor

Comprehensive Guide to the AWS Trusted Advisor

The AWS (Amazon Web Services) Trusted Advisor helps you get an almost perfect cloud by giving recommendations based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework. If you’re familiar with the AWS Well-Architected model, you know that the cloud should be secure, reliable, fault-tolerant, and cost-optimized. While there are hundreds of best practices in each pillar, it’s challenging…

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aws cost explorer

How to Analyze Cloud Cost Using the AWS Cost Explorer

You can keep AWS (Amazon Web Service) costs under control using the AWS Cost Explorer. The AWS Cost Explorer is a cost management tool that lets users see how costs vary over time. With this software, you can export reports, detect anomalous usage patterns, view periods with the highest cloud spending, and much more. You…

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aws compliance

How to Achieve AWS Compliance

As organizations continue to adopt cloud computing, data security and regulatory compliance remain mandatory. Securing your cloud resources is a big step forward towards achieving compliance. Being compliant empowers the organization to operate within an AWS security control environment. AWS (Amazon Web Services) compliance means achieving all regulatory requirements for standards that your business has…

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aws containers

Understanding AWS Container Services and Their Benefits

Cloud Engineers and Developers can now use AWS (Amazon Web Services) Containers for packaging codes and dependencies in a single object. Unlike Virtual Machines, Containers have OS, patches, and dependencies in a single repository, which improves the efficiency of projects. Compared with the traditional environment, Container images are much smaller and lightweight. Containers work by…

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multi cloud

Pros and Cons of a Multi-Cloud Strategy

We all know the benefits of running your IT on the cloud. Security, reliability, and high performance are a few perks of using cloud platforms. Each cloud provider offers you a reliable computing platform to run all your workloads. Rather than using a single cloud platform, you can opt for multiple platforms, which designers call…

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aws spot instances

How Much Does AWS Spot Instances Cost?

EC2 Spot Instances lets you access excess compute capacity in the cloud. Spot pricing is the cheapest pricing model on AWS (Amazon Web Services). Unlike On-Demand and Reserved Instance prices, spot prices are more volatile and subject to interruptions. You can use AWS Spot Instances for various workloads, including big data, CI/CD jobs, and running…

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aws egress costs

Understanding AWS Egress Costs and How to Avoid Them

AWS charges data transfer costs when you link several AWS services or move from one availability region to the other. Outbound data transfer costs, also known as egress costs, apply when using routing services and Content Delivery Networks. One of the leading culprits of hidden costs are Egress Costs, because it can be challenging to…

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azure tagging

Azure Tagging Best Practices

Azure provides organizations with an efficient platform for enterprise-class deployment. However, users find it hard to track resources and automate deployment. So what are Azure tags? Azure tags are user-defined name-value or key-value pairs that enable users to manage, organize, and automate resources. You can use tags to drive various actions, including cost management reporting,…

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