Gartner and the FinOps Foundation urge enterprise Finance and Engineering to collaborate on the problem of effectively optimizing cloud costs.
Nearly all legacy applications migrated to public cloud infrastructure as a service (IaaS) will require optimization to become more cost-effective.Gartner
Many enterprises struggle to contain and optimize cloud costs because they are treated as a Finance or procurement issue and are addressed retroactively.
To succeed with cloud financial management, enterprises must take a collaborative, cross-functional approach that embeds cost and resource optimization strategies into the infrastructure provisioning and DevOps lifecycles, so that it happens continuously.
Watch this on-demand training by HashiCorp and Densify to learn how automated infrastructure management and machine-learning-based cost optimization analytics can be combined as part of DevOps and provisioning processes to make FinOps a part of everyday management.
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Michael Fonseca Senior Solutions Engineer, HashiCorp
Michael Fonseca has over 18 years of experience in technology and business management. At HashiCorp, he works with customers to implement solutions that enable their businesses to provision, secure, connect, and run apps across all types infrastructure.
Earlier, Michael held positions at Apptio, Think GRC, HBO, and Novartis Pharmaceuticals. He has a masters degree in emergency management and business continuity from the New Jersey Institute of Technology.
Faisal Mohammad Technical Advisor, Densify
Faisal Mohammad works with Densify clients to deliver solutions for managing and optimizing complex hybrid cloud infrastructures. He has presented about cloud management at a number of industry events worldwide.
Prior to Densify, Faisal held technical positions at SAP, Camilion Solutions, and Bell Mobility. He has a bachelor degree in computer engineering from the University of Toronto is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect.