September in review: The road to re:Invent
Well, summer is officially over. Good thing Portlanders love sweater weather!
We spent the past month dusting off our rain boots and preparing for the biggest event in the industry: re:Invent. From re:Invent-themed blog posts to shiny new feature updates, saying we’ve been “busy” is putting it lightly. Read on to get a taste of what we’ve been up to—and stay tuned for what we’ll have to show you in Vegas!
Feature update: New Daily Email for more comprehensive cost monitoring
This month we were thrilled to introduce our new and improved Daily Cost Summary Email for more comprehensive and intuitive cost monitoring.
This huge update to our Daily Cost Summary Email was more than just a makeover—now you can know the freshness of your cost data, choose how it’s calculated, and enjoy full mobile compatibility. Read the full announcement and check it out!
We made several other exciting updates this month including the GA release of our Microsoft Azure Enterprise Support. You can check out the full list of updates on our knowledge base.
Blog highlights: re:Invent resources
We’re pretty hyped for re:Invent around here, and our recent blog posts show it. If you’re headed to the conference next week, be sure to check out these resources if you haven’t already:
Infographic: Just how big is this year’s re:Invent conference?: We charted how the conference has grown since its first iteration in 2012. How does this year compare? The word “epic” comes to mind.
Your re:Invent 2015 Survival Guide: From getting into the best sessions to avoiding coffee lines, read on for tips and tricks for surviving and thriving at the biggest cloud conference ever.
Five talks not to miss at re:Invent 2015: Attendees of this year’s re:Invent conference have over 250 sessions to choose from. Here are our top picks for sessions not to miss.
The pre-re:Invent excitement has certainly been strong around here—but we didn’t let that stop us from diving into more AWS cost optimization strategies, too. Check out these posts to see how you could shave some dollars off your DynamoDB bill or reduce your on-demand spending with Reserved Instances:
Eight ways to lower your DynamoDB costs: It’s a powerful tool, but making the most of DynamoDB depends on cost-effective implementation. Here are 8 strategies we’ve found for saving on DynamoDB.
Red line vs. green line: Reporting on Reserved Instance coverage and waste: There are two levers you can pull when you’re trying to save with Reserved Instances: increasing your RI coverage, and reducing your RI waste.
What else is going on?
We’ve welcomed several new faces to the office since our last update—but we’ve still got more openings on our jobs page. Check out our open positions if you’d like to join us!
Remember that as always, you can be the first to hear about new job openings, feature updates, and blog posts by subscribing to the Cloudability newsletter. And last but not least—if you’re headed to re:Invent next week, be sure to stop by booth #412 and say hi!