How to cut your IT costs by migrating to the cloud
Thinking of ditching your on-premises IT for cloud computing? It’s a savvy move that can save you money, boost flexibility, and enhance security.
But migrating to the cloud can be a complex undertaking, so it’s essential to know how to go about it. Partnering with a trusted expert like Revolgy can help you navigate your cloud journey and get the full potential of cloud computing for your business.
AWS customers can save up to 51% of operational costs compared to on-premises infrastructure.*
Saving money with the cloud
Picture your business effortlessly adapting to change, slashing costs, and outshining the competition. This is the incredible potential of cloud computing within the business landscape. Cloud computing can help you save money and maximize investments in several ways.
|Eliminate upfront hardware and software expenses
|With cloud computing, you can easily access resources without the need for upfront investments in hardware and software. You only pay for what you use.
|Lower ongoing maintenance and IT staff costs
|By shifting IT infrastructure management to a cloud provider, you can save on IT staff salaries and benefits, freeing up your team to focus on strategic initiatives.
|Utilize cloud scalability and flexibility
|The cloud allows you to easily adjust your resources based on your needs. This can save you a significant amount of money in the long run.
|Leverage cloud-native solutions
|Cloud-native solutions are designed to be more efficient and cost-effective compared to traditional on-premises solutions.
|There are several ways to optimize resource utilization, such as autoscaling and spot instances, which can lower your cloud costs by allowing you to pay only for the resources you use.
|Choose the right cloud pricing model
|Cloud providers offer different pricing models, such as pay-as-you-go or annual plans. Choosing the right cloud pricing model can help you optimize your costs.
|Implement cloud cost management practices
|Gain real-time visibility into your cloud spending, track resource utilization, and identify areas for optimization using cloud cost management tools and practices.
|Review your cloud usage regularly
|Regularly review your cloud usage patterns to identify and remove underutilized or unused resources to reduce costs.
|Get expert advice
|Consider teaming up with experienced cloud consultants like Revolgy, who can offer personalized recommendations, advice, and support.
Minimum costs & maximum benefits
Here at Revolgy, we take a comprehensive approach to cloud cost optimization during the entire cloud lifecycle, from initial assessment to ongoing optimization and cost management. We work closely with our clients to understand their unique business needs and develop tailored solutions that align with their strategic objectives.
We support our customers by:
- Assessing your current IT environment and cloud readiness
- Helping you choose the right cloud provider that aligns with your specific needs
- Identifying and eliminating underutilized or unnecessary cloud resources
- Negotiating better rates with cloud providers
- Implementing cloud cost management tools
- Optimizing your cloud architecture
- Taking proactive issue detection and resolution (before they impact your business)
- Offering Real-time visibility into your cloud resources (with dashboards and reports)
- Educating your employees about cloud costs
- Providing 24/7 support
“Every project we do on Google Cloud, we orchestrate the billing through Revolgy so it’s all nice and simple. What’s more, they have a lot of experience and contacts with Google Cloud and they can pass that on to us, whether it’s best practices or being aware of new features coming out. It’s been a great collaboration.”
— Joonathan Mägi, CTO at Klaus
Revolgy is the perfect choice for your cloud migration, optimization, and cost savings needs. Our team of experts has a proven track record of success and is fully committed to helping you achieve your business goals. Let’s start your cloud journey today!
* Source: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs