Partners Case Studies

AWS Well-Architected Framework Reviews made easy!

nOps has launched a new workload lens feature that can streamline and accelerate AWS Well-Architected Framework Reviews (WAFRs).  The AWS Well-Architected Framework describes the key concepts, design principles, and architectural best practices for designing and running workloads in the cloud. A Well-Architected infrastructure can drive business results like reducing costs or security and compliance risk,…

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For ISVs: Accelerate AWS Foundational Technical Reviews with nOps Automation

Business challenges of ISVs As an ISV, your key business challenges include reliability, cost optimization, security and compliance, and automation. You need to:  Ensure software can automatically recover from failure and scale to meet traffic demands. Find cost savings now.  Address security and compliance risks before they’re an issue.  Use automation and design future-proof systems…

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AWS Well-Architected Framework Elevates Agility

AWS Well-Architected Framework Elevates Agility

In the past year, agility has become one of the most prized IT attributes as organizations race to deploy more workloads in the cloud. There is a paradox, however—the faster organizations deploy applications, the more likely mistakes will be made. Cloud computing deployments are rife with misconfigurations that are the direct result of developers provisioning…

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Prime TSR and nOps announce strategic partnership

Prime TSR and nOps announce a strategic partnership in which Prime TSR, an IT consulting firm based in Chicago, will use nOps, a SaaS cloud management platform for AWS, as a core solution in their client service delivery. Prime TSR will use nOps to deliver Well-Architected solutions and build managed cloud governance on Amazon Web…

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Understanding Networking Costs in AWS: Data Transfer Costs by Usage Type

In this series of blog posts, we’re doing a deep dive into AWS networking costs. In the previous post, we covered bandwidth costs related to Operation. In this post, I’ll cover Usage type, and how these charges appear on your AWS bill. And, I’ll provide tips on how the nOps cloud management platform can help…

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iOLAP and nOps announce strategic partnership

iOLAP and nOps announce a strategic partnership in which iOLAP, a provider of strategy, build, deployment, and managed services across the AWS ecosystem, will use nOps, a SaaS cloud management platform for AWS, as a core solution in their client service delivery.  nOps enables the iOLAP team to monitor, analyze, and manage AWS changes, costs,…

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Understanding Networking Costs in AWS: Data Transfer Costs by Operation

In this series of blog posts, we’ll do a deep dive into the costs of AWS services. In this specific post, I’ll cover data transfer costs related to the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) service, and how these charges appear on your AWS bill. There are many line items in the AWS Cost and…

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How to optimize Amazon EC2 costs by implementing a single Amazon EKS Control Plane

Since the launch of Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS)  at AWS re:Invent in 2017, AWS has continued to deliver innovative capabilities for this service. In particular, innovations that enable a variety of deployment patterns have made Amazon EKS the go-to Kubernetes service for application deployment and scalability. For example, in December 2019,…

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Avoiding Bill Shock — How to Detect and Mitigate AWS Cost Anomalies

Particularly during this challenging time, many organizations are facing disruption to their operations, budgets, and revenue. Our customers ask us how they can optimize costs to avoid “bill shock” due to anomalous spikes in the cost of AWS services. To eliminate surprises in your AWS invoices, nOps cloud management provides machine learning-based detection of billing…

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How to Use Spot Instances to Reduce Amazon EC2 Costs by Up to 90% with nOps Spot Advisor

Many of our customers ask for help in reducing the cost of their Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. While Amazon EC2 offers a variety of instance types — from 0.5 GiB (t3a.nano, t3.nano, t2.nano) to 24 TiB memory (u-24tb1.metal) — it can be challenging to pick the right resource for the right workload….

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