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Cloud Cost Analysis

Cloud cost analysis can be difficult because cloud providers offer different pricing models, unique discounting options, and frequent price cuts. For the major cloud providers — AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and IBM Bluemix — we routinely analyze the latest discounts and price reductions to show you which providers have the lowest-cost options for cloud compute instances and for which use cases.

Accurately Predict Cloud Costs with 3-Year Forecasting

August 07, 2014,
Posted By: Hassan Hosseini
Cloud cost forecasting doesn't have to be difficult. I'll show you how to use RightScale Cloud Analytics to build three-year forecasts to assess the costs of growth, reserved instances, and various clouds and instance types to help you make more informed decisions about your options and your potential cost savings.

Now Available: Cloud Analytics for Cloud Cost Management

August 04, 2014,
Posted By: Hassan Hosseini
We saw that our customers were facing the same challenges as we were in attempting to get visibility into their rising cloud spend, especially when they had complex deployments that spanned public clouds, private clouds, and virtualized environments. So we created RightScale Cloud Analytics to help them visualize, forecast, and optimize costs across their portfolios of public and private clouds.

How to Empower DevOps to Manage Cloud Infrastructure and Costs

July 28, 2014,
Posted By: Hassan Hosseini
With IT organizations adopting DevOps processes and practices to speed up application delivery, shorten release cycles, and improve quality, developers are looking for efficient ways to operationalize the management of their cloud infrastructure and control costs.

2 Simple Ways to Stop Blowing Your Cloud Budget

July 23, 2014,
Posted By: Hassan Hosseini
Cloud computing helps you deliver applications to market in record time. But this agility can also result in larger than expected cloud bills when applications use more or larger instances than needed and when unused instances are left running. RightScale Cloud Analytics gives you easy two ways to keep your budget on track.