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Cost Visibility and Optimization in Multi-Cloud Environments


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Gartner predicts that by 2025, more than 90% of enterprises will pursue a multi-cloud infrastructure and platform strategy. This makes it extremely important for business leaders to be able to track and understand their cloud spending across all of their platforms in use.

To address the needs of enterprises running infrastructure in AWS and/or Azure, especially containers and Kubernetes, Yotascale now offers multi-cloud cost allocation and optimization with support for AWS and Microsoft Azure.

Join Jake Reichert, VP of engineering at Yotascale, for a discussion on how you can maximize your savings using Yotascale’s differentiated cost savings tool in a hybrid, multi-cloud environment.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand how Yotascale delivers savings in modern, multi-cloud architectures
  • Learn the advantages of using Yotascale for multi-cloud cost optimization for containerized and non-containerized workloads
  • Learn how Yotascale can more easily and effectively generate savings in multi-cloud environments
Jake Reichert
VP Engineering - Yotascale
Jake Reichert is a seasoned technology leader with 20+ years of experience building engineering teams from the ground up into large, high-functioning organizations. He is responsible for accelerating Yotascale’s employee and product growth. Reichert is a strong believer in building values-first organizations, and this management philosophy has resulted in happy, healthy teams with exceptionally high retention rates even in highly competitive markets. Jake previously held leadership roles at Amazon Music and OneLogin, among others.


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