Getting a full picture of cloud costs can be challenging. Most enterprises receive bills from several cloud infrastructure-as-a-service providers as well as SaaS providers. In addition, there are a variety of private cloud costs, software license costs, and internal overhead costs. Learn how you can aggregate and analyze all of your cloud costs in one place.
In the second article in a series on why we are going all in and migrating the entire RightScale platform to Docker, we share our “Docker Bible” on how we are bootstrapping the entire engineering team to deliver quickly while avoiding wasted time and effort.
If you’re taking a strategic approach to your cloud strategy, it's not as simple as choosing Cloud A and putting every workload in Cloud A. Instead, you need to consider the requirements for each application or workload and select the cloud that is the best fit. To make it easier, we’ve broken down the key differences among public cloud vendors as they pertain to storage, container services, and pricing.
When Docker came along two years ago, it generated cautious optimism at RightScale. Since then, we have validated the cloud cost savings and agility benefits we’ll derive from “going all in” and migrating completely to Docker.