#costs | AWS Cost Optimization (1)
Reduce your AWS bill by following our tips&tricks to optimize costs. For example, use spot instances or switch to another S3 storage class.
Calculate AWS Costs in Detail
Calculating AWS costs upfront is a challenge. To get accurate numbers, you have to understand the pricing model of the used AWS services. A pricing model consists of one or many pricing dimensions. E.g., GBs stored, number of requests, etc. Keep in mind...Read more
How to analyze and reduce S3 storage usage?
S3 is an object store, not a file system. Object storage comes with significant advantages: unlimited storage capacity, high availability, and durability. However, there are some disadvantages too. For example, it is cumbersome to calculate the storage ...Read more
AWS Cost Optimization 101
The beginning of the year is the perfect time to clean up and optimize. This also applies to your AWS bill. I’ve composed practical tips on how to cut costs with small effort. The good thing about AWS: you typically pay per usage. The bad thing about A...Read more
Reduce your AWS bill with Savings Plans
We are getting used to consuming compute capacity on-demand. The pay-per-use model is an essential benefit of the cloud. However, the cloud provider has to build data centers and buy hardware in advance. Doing so requires capacity planning and upfront i...Read more
6 new ways to reduce your AWS bill with little effort
The last time we wrote about how to save AWS costs was at the end of 2015. AWS has changed a lot since then. It’s time for an update with six new tips to save AWS costs with little effort. EC2 AMD InstancesAWS introduced AMD-powered EC2 instances that...Read more
A non-technical way to reduce your AWS bill within 5 minutes
Are you looking for ways to reduce your monthly AWS bill? Usually, I do share technical tips and tricks to do so: 3 simple ways of saving up to 90% of EC2 costs or Performance boost and cost savings for DynamoDB. But today, I will share a nontechnical w...Read more
3 simple ways of saving up to 90% of EC2 costs
An EC2 instance is billed at an hourly rate depending on the instance type and the region by default. This pricing model is called on-demand. It is the simplest but also most expensive way of using EC2 instances. There are two other purchasing options f...Read more