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How Uber Reduced AWS Costs
15% in 30 Days


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Sponsored by nOps

Tuesday, April 21, 2020
1pm ET
Cost-optimization strategies you can execute now.

The business climate is brutal. You need to reduce cloud infrastructure costs right now, but without cratering cloud performance or DevOps momentum. In this session, Uber and nOps share the strategies and automation used to reduce AWS costs by 15% in 30 days. Plus, they’ll cover the essential 20% of cost-optimization strategies that can yield 80% of your low-hanging savings. How? 

  • Start with the top five cloud services driving cost. Amazon EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon RDS are probably on your list.
  • Eliminate waste, like zombie instances. Are you running automation that’s not deleting instances?
  • Are you over engineering and not provisioning optimally – changing instance types is easy.
  • Data storage strategies can deliver savings, like moving unused Amazon EFS volumes and S3 to Glacier.
  • Depending on your workloads, Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances, Amazon EC2 Spot instances, and AWS Savings Plans can deliver savings with good planning.

These roles will benefit most from this session: software engineering or DevOps lead/manager; chief architect; solutions architect; cloud infrastructure or ops lead/manager.

Senior Engineering Manager, Infrastructure Platform, Advanced Technologies Group - Uber
Nick has held engineering and engineering management roles in infrastructure platform, developer productivity, and mobile at Uber Advanced Technologies Group. He’s also a company advisor, and was previously a technical advisor at FedEx.
Partner Solutions Architect, Cloud Management Tools - AWS
Jon is a Partner Solutions Architect at AWS specializing in Cloud Management Tools and focuses on evangelizing AWS partners, services, and solutions. He is a former AWS and DevOps consultant.
CEO & Founder - nOps
JT has been migrating rapid-growth companies to AWS since EC2 was in beta in 2006. His teams have executed 350-plus DevOps AWS implementations and 200 AWS Well-Architected Reviews. He previously co-founded nClouds, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner.

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