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7 Simple Ways to Reduce Your AWS Spend


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Sponsored by nOps

Wednesday, February 24, 2021
3 p.m. ET

You deployed on AWS to help manage infrastructure costs, but those costs change continuously, making budgeting and predictability next to impossible. The good news is, there are concrete steps you can take to gain the peace of mind that your AWS environment is cost optimized — continuously.

In this engaging session, we’ll share practices for building a culture that embraces cost accountability. Plus, you’ll discover a proven framework, simple automation, and specific actions you can take to optimize your AWS environment — yielding typical cost savings of 18-50 percent.

Join and you’ll learn how to:

  • Reduce the most expensive services on your AWS bill.
  • Implement a tagging strategy that illustrates your costs from your business perspective.
  • Unearth and target unaccounted costs.
  • Ensure costs are charged back to their appropriate teams.
  • Qualify for a free health check of your AWS environment.

These roles will get the most value from this session: VP/Director/Manager DevOps, DevOps Lead, VP/Director/Manager Cloud Infrastructure/Operations, Chief Architect, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS Practice Lead. But anyone concerned with managing AWS costs will benefit.

CEO & Founder - nOps
JT Giri has been migrating rapid-growth companies to AWS since Amazon EC2 was in beta in 2006. His teams have executed 400-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 for AWS in 2017.
Rodney Lester
Principal Architect, AWS Well-Architected - AWS
Rodney Lester has been at AWS for nine years, and has had technical leadership roles with the AWS Well-Architected Framework initiative since 2017. Rodney has previous experience as a professional services consultant, director of engineering, software development manager, software engineer, and system architect. Prior employers include AOL, General Dynamics, Autobytel, and Local.

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