Zesty - Mar 08 - Dark Abyss
Common Sense Virtual Roundtable

What are Tech & Finance Leaders Doing to Reduce Their Cloud OpEx?

March 28th, 2023, 9 AM – 10 AM PST/ 12 PM – 1 PM EST,
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Here’s what we discussed:

In an all too well-rehearsed cycle, companies know that when a recession hits, they need to pull out of growth mode, tighten the belt, and identify where they can cut the excess. But it’s a precarious task that usually starts on the top two budget line items; staff & infrastructure. The fear of cutting infrastructure is that it will have the risk of undermining product performance. But it doesn’t have to be this way.

In this virtual event, we addressed why the cloud should be the #1 place to start when it comes to cutting infrastructure costs. There is typically a lot of cloud excess that can be removed easily and when done intelligently thousands, if not hundreds of thousands, of dollars can be saved.
What we learnt from attending this session:
  • Know how to prioritize efforts to bring down company expenditure
  • Fast and quick activities for eliminating cloud waste
  • Tactics to manage the challenge of cutting waste without compromising performance

Solution Experts

Mark Weiss
Global CloudOps Category Lead at Amazon Web Services
Ofir Shaish
VP Finance at Zesty
Michael Gezin
Director of Finance at Firebolt

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