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How to Eliminate Cloud Waste with a Holistic DevOps Strategy

Renting infrastructure on demand is the most disruptive trend in IT in decades. In 2016, enterprises spent $23B on public cloud IaaS services. By 2020, that figure is expected to reach $65B. The public cloud is now used like a utility, and like any utility, there is waste. Who's responsible for optimizing the infrastructure and reducing wasted expenses? It’s DevOps.
 
The excess expense, known as cloud waste, comprises several interrelated problems:
•Services running when they don't need to be
•Improperly sized infrastructure
•Orphaned resources
•Shadow IT
 
There are a few core tenets of DevOps that can be applied to reducing cloud waste:
•Holistic thinking
•No silos
•Rapid useful feedback
•Automation
 
Join Chris to learn why you should include continuous cost optimization in your DevOps processes. Automate cost control, reduce your cloud expenses, and make your life easier.
Recorded Dec 7 2017 47 mins
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  • How to Eliminate Cloud Waste with a Holistic DevOps Strategy Recorded: Dec 7 2017 47 mins
    Chris Parlette, Director of Cloud Solutions, ParkMyCloud
    Renting infrastructure on demand is the most disruptive trend in IT in decades. In 2016, enterprises spent $23B on public cloud IaaS services. By 2020, that figure is expected to reach $65B. The public cloud is now used like a utility, and like any utility, there is waste. Who's responsible for optimizing the infrastructure and reducing wasted expenses? It’s DevOps.
     
    The excess expense, known as cloud waste, comprises several interrelated problems:
    •Services running when they don't need to be
    •Improperly sized infrastructure
    •Orphaned resources
    •Shadow IT
     
    There are a few core tenets of DevOps that can be applied to reducing cloud waste:
    •Holistic thinking
    •No silos
    •Rapid useful feedback
    •Automation
     
    Join Chris to learn why you should include continuous cost optimization in your DevOps processes. Automate cost control, reduce your cloud expenses, and make your life easier.
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