Reduce Managed Services
costs with these tips
costs with these tips
These proven tips can save you up to 30% on AWS costs!
* Savings are averaged out across customers & services
AWS Managed Services cost saving tips Optimize your AWS Managed Services costs with these tips
Use AWS Cost Tools
Utilize AWS Cost Explorer and Cost Anomaly Detection services to analyze spending trends and identify cost-saving opportunities. This includes rightsizing instances and optimizing storage usage.
Remove Unused Resources
Regularly review and delete or deprovision resources in your AWS account that are no longer required. This strategy helps to avoid unnecessary costs.
Opt for Managed Services
Consider using managed services like RDS, Redshift, and ElastiCache for databases, analytics, etc. instead of self-managing infrastructure. This can save on operational overhead costs.
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About Alex I am your AWS cost saving guru, ready to slash your AWS costs!
As a CTO at various start-ups and scale-ups, I've seen too often how AWS costs can sneak up on you. It used to be something we'd only think about when there was a problem—either it wasn't working like we needed it to, or the expenses were through the roof. I took my know-how in AWS and made it my goal to change that. Now, I use a simple rule to make a big impact: focus on the few changes that make the biggest difference in cutting costs.
I look at your AWS bills with a fine-tooth comb and find where you can save money without losing performance. It's about being smart with your resources and making sure AWS works for you, not against you. By doing this, I help your teams do more with less, and make sure we keep your cloud spending in check.
About AWS Managed Services Service information & pricing
About AWS Managed Services
AWS Managed Services (AMS) supports businesses implementing AWS by applying best practices. It provides 24/7 global coverage for risk reduction, operational enhancements, security, patching, backup, cost optimization, and incident management. It also improves security and risk management through structural reviews, employs automation for efficiency, and aids compliance goals with certifications against PCI-DSS, HIPAA, HiTrust, GDPR, ISO, and SOC 1, 2, and 3.
AWS Managed Services pricing
AWS Managed Services (AMS) offers two operational plans: AMS Accelerate for flexibility in new and existing AWS accounts, and AMS Advanced for increased operational rigor via a managed landing zone. Pricing follows a pay-as-you-go approach based on service usage, and the number of managed instances. AWS Support provides a range of tools and technical assistance for optimal performance, innovation, and cost-cutting. AMS mainly helps users adopt AWS, manage operations, and streamline innovation.