Reducing Cloud OpEx Without Sacrificing Performance and Speed

Presented by

Greg Hamer (Principal. Developer Evangelist, Backblaze), David "DJ" Johnson (Product Marketing Manager, Vultr)

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SaaS and other modern businesses that are locked into traditional hyperscaler infrastructure are often forced to make trade-offs between spend and performance as they scale with limited budgets. Instead of sacrificing budget or performance, building on best-of-breed, specialized cloud stacks customized for their business model provides a better alternative, allowing them to scale sustainably. In this session, we’ll explore: • How to effectively leverage Backblaze B2 and Vultr cloud compute to scale application workloads. • Customer spotlights: ○ Can Stock Photo breaks free from AWS and reduces cloud bill by 55% and achieves 4x faster generation. ○ Monument Labs, Inc. launches a new cloud-based photo management service to 25,000+ users. ○ processes 1000s of files simultaneously, with a significant reduction in infrastructure costs. • And more! By registering for this event you agree to receive more information about Backblaze, Vultr, and possibly other partnership products and services. If you decide you are not interested in receiving these communications you will always have the option to opt-out of receiving them by clicking the “Unsubscribe” link provided in the email.
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