Cloud computing can make your business run smoothly, free from costly data centers and servers; but it also adds additional IT costs. Keeping track of your monthly cloud computing bills isn’t easy. The typical bill is complex and made up of dozens of different factors, such as CPU core, storage units, RAM size and data transfers.
To keep your cloud spending whether in Azure or Amazon cloud, under control, you need a cost optimization plan. There are many ways an organization can optimize cloud, in terms of performance and cost. You need to strike a balance between them; shed any unnecessary applications; know where your users are; and negotiate rather than accept published cloud prices.