Reduce your AWS OpsWorks
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 OpsWorks cost saving tips Optimize your AWS OpsWorks costs with these tips
Use Managed Services
Using managed services like Amazon RDS and DynamoDB instead of self-managing databases reduces operational overhead and complexity, saving on administrative costs.
Monitor AWS Resources
Regularly monitor and delete unused OpsWorks instances and AWS resources. This ensures only required resources are provisioned, optimizing costs.
Use Compute Optimizer
Compute Optimizer identifies overprovisioned resources and underutilized instances. Adjustments based on its recommendations can optimize resource sizing to reduce costs.
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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 OpsWorks Service information & pricing
About AWS OpsWorks
AWS OpsWorks, a configuration management service is preparing to close. Service users benefited from managed instances of Chef and Puppet, automation platforms for server configurations. Three offerings – Chef Automate, Puppet Enterprise, and OpsWorks Stacks were provided. Both Chef Automate and Puppet Enterprise versions maintained servers, phased out self-operated systems, and were compatible with existing code. OpsWorks Stacks managed applications and servers.
AWS OpsWorks pricing
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate pricing depends on connected nodes to your Chef server & their runtime, along with the Amazon EC2 instance hosting the Chef server. Charges are hourly for each active EC2 instance or on-premises server, with no upfront fees. Charges stop once a Chef node is de-registered or shut down. AWS Free Tier offers 10 free nodes per month for the first year. Extra charges may be levied for services like Amazon Elastic Block Store, S3 for backups, and CloudWatch for logging.