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An AWS Cost Savings Solution: CloudOps Will Reduce Your AWS Spend

Are you looking for ways to reduce your AWS spend? If so, you should consider using CloudOps unified cloud management for AWS & Azure. CloudOps is an AWS cost-saving solution that can help you save money on your AWS bill.

In this blog post, we will discuss how CloudOps from igroup works and how it can help you save money on your AWS invoice.

How does CloudOps reduce your AWS spend?

As AWS costs continue to rise, it's more important than ever to have a handle on your AWS spend. CloudOps is a unified cloud management platform which includes a cost optimization module that provides real-time visibility into your AWS spend. Using machine learning and AI CloudOps compares your AWS workloads to newly released AWS services and updates as well as other deployments to ensure you are on the best possible architecture.

CloudOps then generates recommendations which you can review with your technology adoption manager and review the savings they will deliver. These can then be planned for implementation and the cost savings realised.


To deliver AWS cost savings CloudOps gives you:

  • Cost forecasting - see your costs in real-time / as well as historic data
  • Cost allocation - group resources and set budget alerts
  • Cost optimisation - Detailed recommendations to tweak your architecture and save
  • Auto-scaling - Implement true auto-scaling to scale and change your architecture to meet peaks and troughs in demand

If you want to find out more about how to achieve cost optimisation in AWS and ensure you get value for money then read our article on the subject here

All of this, helps you to identify and eliminate wasteful AWS spending. The solution also includes features such as AWS cost forecasting, AWS cost allocation, and AWS cost optimization recommendations. By using CloudOps, you can reduce your AWS costs by up to 30%.

Book a test drive to see how CloudOps can drive down your AWS bill.

Or read a case study about a real-world example of CloudOps in action.