Recommendations for Purchasing and Managing Reserved Instances

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Before buying reserved instances at a discount, you need to know about any hidden perils associated with RIs. Learn how to select the right type of Spot Instance, choose an ideal AWS resource capacity, and recommend the right quantity of resources based on your workload. In this session, experts from nOps will provide recommendations for purchasing and managing Reserved Instances to help you save up to 30% in costs.

Topics Include:

  • Tagging and Right-Sizing Instances Properly
  • Eliminating Waste & Unused Resources
  • RIs vs Savings Plans
  • Ideal RI Purchasing Strategy
  • Capacity Planning & Resource Audit

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to select the right RIs types.
  • How to maximise cost saving using RIs.
  • How to achieve optimum utilization of RIs.
  • Get a FREE RI Assessment for your workloads.

Special Offer: All eligible attendees will qualify for a Free Cost Optimization Assessment by an AWS-certified Solutions Architect at nOps.

Speakers

 

JT Giri
JT Giri

Founder & CEO
nOps

JT Giri has been migrating rapid-growth companies to AWS since Amazon EC2 was in beta in 2006. His teams have executed 350-plus DevOps AWS implementations and hundreds of AWS Well-Architected Reviews. He co-founded nClouds, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, in 2012, and founded nOps, a SaaS cloud management platform provider, in 2017.


Mike
Mike Till

Sales Engineer
nOps

Mike is a pre-sales Solution Architect with experience working with AWS and cloud-based organizations. Over the last few years, Mike has worked for various cloud management platforms to help organizations bring order to the chaos that can be the cloud.


Tim
Tim Cassell

Director, FinOps
nOps

Tim joined nOps as Director of FinOps, where he’s developing and leading the new Consolidated Billing Program powered by ShareSave Service. Before joining nOps, Tim was an AWS Practice Lead at Kaizen Technology Partners. He had prior senior management roles in operations and engineering at Workday, PayPal, and Accenture, and as a consultant at Ernst & Young. He has a B.S. degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Ohio University and AWS certifications: Solutions Architect – Professional and Security – Specialty.