Optimizing costs of cloud infrastructures

Optimizing costs of cloud infrastructures

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The evolution of the cloud in the last decade has radically simplified software deployment. Undoubtedly, major providers like AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba Cloud have removed entry barriers for developers to either launch a new product or to scale infinitely. However, no software company can keep scaling without taking a look at the cost of infrastructure as a percentage of revenue.

Many companies today are struggling with cloud costs eating up a significant portion of their gross margins. In this programme, we will discuss the following:

  1. Mental Models for understanding cloud costs according to the stages of a company’s growth:
    a. Attribution
    b. Governance
    c. Baselining
    d. Leakage
  2. Ways to analyze spends, extract insights, and spot anomalies.
  3. Infrastructure planning, forecasting:
    a. Reservation Cycles.
    b. Optimization choices based on the nature of the workloads.

After the conference you will walk away with:
1. Tips and techniques to reduce costs on infrastructure on clouds such as AWS.
2. Process and governance model to run a cost-optimized infrastructure sustainably.

Who should participate:
1. Engineering Leaders (Directors, VP Engineering, Architects)
2. SRE and Infrastructure Managers and Architects.
3. Developers running infrastructure ranging from tens to thousands of servers.
4. Anyone interested in reducing their cloud spends.

If you want to share your case study, share details at https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/optimizing-costs-of-cloud-infrastructure/comments

Contact information: Join the Rootconf Telegram group at https://t.me/rootconf or follow @rootconf on Twitter.
For inquiries, contact Rootconf at rootconf.editorial@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020.

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Rootconf is a forum for discussions about DevOps, infrastructure management, IT operations, systems engineering, SRE and security (from infrastructure defence perspective). more

The evolution of the cloud in the last decade has radically simplified software deployment. Undoubtedly, major providers like AWS, Azure, GCP, Alibaba Cloud have removed entry barriers for developers to either launch a new product or to scale infinitely. However, no software company can keep scaling without taking a look at the cost of infrastructure as a percentage of revenue.

Many companies today are struggling with cloud costs eating up a significant portion of their gross margins. In this programme, we will discuss the following:

  1. Mental Models for understanding cloud costs according to the stages of a company’s growth:
    a. Attribution
    b. Governance
    c. Baselining
    d. Leakage
  2. Ways to analyze spends, extract insights, and spot anomalies.
  3. Infrastructure planning, forecasting:
    a. Reservation Cycles.
    b. Optimization choices based on the nature of the workloads.

After the conference you will walk away with:
1. Tips and techniques to reduce costs on infrastructure on clouds such as AWS.
2. Process and governance model to run a cost-optimized infrastructure sustainably.

Who should participate:
1. Engineering Leaders (Directors, VP Engineering, Architects)
2. SRE and Infrastructure Managers and Architects.
3. Developers running infrastructure ranging from tens to thousands of servers.
4. Anyone interested in reducing their cloud spends.

If you want to share your case study, share details at https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/optimizing-costs-of-cloud-infrastructure/comments

Contact information: Join the Rootconf Telegram group at https://t.me/rootconf or follow @rootconf on Twitter.
For inquiries, contact Rootconf at rootconf.editorial@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020.

Make a submission

Submissions are closed for this project

Hosted by

Rootconf is a forum for discussions about DevOps, infrastructure management, IT operations, systems engineering, SRE and security (from infrastructure defence perspective). more