Cloudability News & How-to's

Cloudability News & How-to's

The state of the cloud in 2014

We all knew it would be—2014 was another big year for the cloud. Before we charge ahead into 2015 and all that it brings, let’s take a minute to reflect on the moments and trends that revolutionized the industry this year. Here’s our highlight reel: Businesses increased their cloud spending… a lot In the course of…

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Introducing new Cloudability tools for enterprise management

Today, we’re launching new features designed specifically for enterprise needs—to provide self-service, customized access to relevant cost and usage data directly to decision-makers across your organization. In our time spent working with enterprise and Fortune 1000 companies, we’ve come to realize something about managing the cloud costs of a large company: as cloud usage grows,…

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Data transfer

Amazon Web Services has announced the reduction of rates for several types of AWS data transfer, effective immediately for all users. Outbound Data Transfer costs are being lowered 6%-43% depending on Region and data volume. The costs of Data Transfer from CloudFront are being lowered 4% to 29% depending on the edge location and usage…

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Cloud cost revelations of 2014

From groundbreaking new products to explosive adoption rates, it’s been a spectacular year for the cloud. And as cloud technology continues to gather more attention from consumers, media, and competitors, it’s more important than ever that everyone who would use this technology have access to the education and strategies they need for doing so with power…

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Press post

Amazon Web Services tossed out “light” and “medium” virtual server choices among its Reserved Instances Tuesday, leaving the more powerful “heavy” RI server. With the move, AWS stripped away much of the complexity around its RIs, and enabled the heavy RI server to be configured in several ways, said J.R. Storment, chief customer officer, and…

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