Cloud management is complex with different parts of an organization requiring different views of cloud cost and usage data. CFOs and Corporate Finance organizations typically look at costs from the corporate reporting perspective of Cost Centers. CIOs, IT Finance, Infrastructure, and Application leaders need context and granularity to accelerate better decisions that include cost by project, applications, services, and resource types such as compute, storage, and network.

Cloud providers offer thousands of product configurations generating up to millions of billing line items each month, creating complexity managing IT costs. To solve these challenges IT needs a standard solution that incorporates costs based on cloud usage,

Why is cloud optimization important?

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What is cloud optimization?

What costs can you optimize on the cloud?

How do I get started with cloud optimization?


Enterprise use of public cloud services has made managing IT costs more complicated than ever. CIOs and CFOs need to track, analyze and manage not only traditional infrastructure and applications but also the company’s usage and cost of public cloud-based services.

Constantly optimizing costs of cloud is important to lower the cost of cloud consumption and realize the savings and Return on Investment (ROI) from migrating to the cloud.

Vangal has found 63 different sources of errors, incorrect configurations, under utilized resources, ​idle but activated compute cycles, unattached storage, replicated assets to name a few costs that can be optimized.​​

The top 5 areas we focus on are:

  1. Compute
  2. Storage
  3. ​Availability Zones
  4. ​Auto scaling
  5. Reserved instances