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Implementing Kubernetes Chargeback on AWS


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Sponsored by AWS Partnered with Kubecost   AWS _ Kubecost


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Implementing Kubernetes cost allocation is particularly challenging compared to other types of IT infrastructure. This is because Kubernetes is a multitenant platform that hosts short-lived containers and possesses no built-in mechanism for cost management. Kubecost offers a way for organizations to meet this need, with a free and open source tool designed to help you monitor and reduce Kubernetes spend. 

In this webinar, we will explore how teams can leverage Kubecost to gain cost visibility and we’ll introduce some best practices for implementing chargeback in your own AWS environments.

Zach Dunn
Sr. Manager, Software Development, Appian
Zach Dunn is a senior manager of software development and group development lead at Appian where he helps teams build and deliver a cloud-native platform. He has spent most of his tech career in roles that loosely resemble building production platforms, with responsibilities such as hot aisle drudgery, professional nerd herder and budget whisperer. Once recognized as an individual, these days he is commonly referred to as Arabella's Dad or, on occasion, William's Dad.
Partner Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Young is a global specialist solutions architect focused on containers and application modernization at AWS. He works with partners and customers to think more strategically around their container workloads on AWS. In his spare time, you will find him bouldering indoors, going to music festivals and taking midday naps.

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