Customers have many options on AWS to help them on reducing cost and building applications that use resources more effectively.
In this session we will show you some of the tools you can use to reduce cost, some of ways AWS Managed Services add automation and custom reporting for customers and a checklist will be filled through out the presentation to make it easier for you to choose the tools and services to use for the AWS service you are looking to focus your efforts on to reduce cost.
Below there is the final checklist showing the tools used for each AWS service to make it easier for you to validate the available services for each case and a resource doc containing more details and latest updates for each of those cost optimization tools mentioned on this video:
Zip file containing the resource doc and spreadsheet: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/managedservices/latest/userguide/samples/Resources_Quick_Guide_to_Cost_Optimization.zip
This checklist makes it easier for customer to define which AWS service/feature (Eg. AWS Compute Optimizer) can be used to help reduce cost on other AWS Services (Eg. Amazon Ec2/ Amazon ABS/ AWS Lambda).
Resources doc: AMS_Customer_Cost_optimization_best_practices_links.pdf
The resource doc has links related to the main cost optimization services from AWS, an overview of some services and also latest announcements.
AWS Managed Services product page: https://aws.amazon.com/managed-services/
Cost optimization with AMS Advanced documentation: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/managedservices/latest/userguide/cost-optimization.html
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