In order to answer investors' questions about AWS, GCP or Azure costs, technology executives must immediately develop the ability to translate their work into accounting terms. Finance executives must dig into deeply technical cloud computing data that is obtuse and hard to access.
We know this because we’ve been through these experiences ourselves.
Immediate public cloud savings kick-started the financial transformation of a 15-year-old software company under Private Equity ownership. Learn how Aimably identified $15.3M in savings within 45 days.
Immediate public cloud savings kick-started the financial transformation of a 15-year-old software company under Private Equity ownership.
With Aimably, we reduced AWS spending by 24% over the course of three months and elevated our gross margins by nearly 10% – all without writing any code.
When setting up your account it’s easy to see why S3 Intelligent-Tiering pricing is such an attractive option. What's the problem?
Being able to predict costs is a core principle behind budgeting. That’s why it’s so important to estimate future S3 costs.
You know the pricing plans. You know that you’re paying too much. Yet, no matter what you do, actually managing AWS S3 costs is a nightmare.
7 pricing plans. Multiple tiers in most of those 7 plans. That is the nightmare of trying to understand Amazon S3 pricing.
You need to know your AWS costs inside and out to optimize your operations. You need to know the pros and cons of AWS Cost and Usage Report vs Cost Explorer.
With no commitment required, AWS Pricing Calculator is one of the most powerful (and easy to use) native AWS tools for seeing what your setup would cost you.
Nobody wants to pay more than they have to. Why should that be any different for cost reduction in AWS?
Our founders faced firsthand the barriers that obtuse AWS data can create between business and engineering leaders. We want to replace those barriers with opportunities to collaborate and build healthier businesses.Our story