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July in review: Resource-level AWS Cost & Usage Analytics, Reserved Instance amortization, and more

By Andrew Nhem on July 29, 2016
This was a big month for our team as we introduced five new measures to dig into resource-level AWS cost and usage analytics, showed folks how to amortize their Reserved Instance charges, and investigated the costs of S3.

This was a big month for our team as we introduced five new measures to dig into resource-level AWS cost and usage analytics, showed folks how to amortize their Reserved Instance charges, and investigated the costs of S3.

Introducing resource-level AWS Cost & Usage Analytics

For folks managing hundreds to thousands of AWS resources, it can be challenging to wrangle cost and usage details to make better decisions. Use our new measures to dig into specific resources that drive cost and turn that data into actionable insights. Check out the article to learn more.

Understanding why AWS Reserved Instance amortization matters and how to do it

It can be a challenge to match revenues with specific AWS costs at a given point in time with default billing means alone. Learn how AWS RI amortization is important and how to draw critical insights from it with Cloudability in our explainer article.

Discovering how AWS S3 is more than a storage bill

There’s more to AWS S3 usage than paying for storage. There are different types of storage, costs for getting the data over to AWS, data transfer, and more. We dig into these costs to help make sense of that upcoming storage bill in a recent piece on the blog.

There’s more to do and we need the help of talented folks

We’re looking for help on all fronts to keep this great momentum going throughout the summer. If you’re interested in working for us in Sales, Marketing, Customer Success, Product, and Engineering, check out our jobs page.

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