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Cloudyn Weekly Digest

December 17 2013 | by Jonathan Nimrodi AWS Cloud Cost Management Cloud Economics

So what are the stories that rocked the cloud in the past week? Here’s The Cloudyn summary. Michael Dell keynote at Dell World: “Disrupt the status quo, democratize technology” Michael Dell is a huge champion of entrepreneurship. And as an […]

Cloudonomics – Hot Topic This Week in Europe

October 15 2012 | by Zev Schonberg Cloud Economics Europe

This week Europe is hosting two major tech conferences – GigaOm’s Structure Europe event in Amsterdam and the Web Summit in Dublin. Not surprisingly, both events have sessions dedicated to Cloudonomics or the economics of cloud computing. Of course, whenever […]

Illuminating the Cloud for Increased ROI

May 30 2012 | by Sharon Wagner Cloud Cost Management Cloud Economics

Whenever I speak with CIOs and IT professionals about the benefits of cloud computing, I encounter a wide range of responses – from enthusiasm, to guarded optimism, to even outright skepticism. While it’s clear that the cloud is playing an […]

Forrester Previews Our New CloudynDex Metrics Information – Cloud Consumption & Costs

May 25 2012 | by Zev Schonberg Cloud Cost Cloud Economics Cloud Optimization Cloudyn Customers CloudynDex

Cloudyn has continually monitored our customers use of the cloud – and today with 400,000 plus virtual servers – we’ve found that there is some really interesting data that we can learn from how our users work in the cloud. […]

Cloudyn’s Customers – Demographics, trends and challenges

May 15 2012 | by Sharon Wagner Cloud Cost Cloud Economics Cloudyn Customers

Over the last several weeks I’ve had an opportunity to meet face to face with dozens of customers using Cloudyn and I wanted to share some general insight from these various meetings about who is at the forefront of wanting […]

Cloudyn Customer Insights Revealed at Under the Radar

April 25 2012 | by Sharon Wagner Cloud Cost Cloud Economics Cloud Optimization Cloud Pricing

I’m excited to share with you that tomorrow I’m presenting a company overview at Under the Radar, a leading event that presents a “handful of the industry’s most compelling emerging startups that provide cutting edge solutions.” Out of hundreds of […]

IaaS vs. PaaS – Cost Implications

March 27 2012 | by Boris Goldberg Cloud Cost Management Cloud Economics Cloud Optimization paas iaas

In cloud computing, people often use the terms IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) and PaaS (Platform as a Service) interchangeably, but in reality they are completely different ways of distributing virtual services. At a high level, this might be equated to […]

Cloudyn Whitepaper: “The Great Hope of Cloud Economics and the Over-Provisioning Epidemic”

March 13 2012 | by Zev Schonberg Cloud Cost Cloud Economics

Today we published a new whitepaper that outlines how organizations can maximize their cloud investment and dynamically optimize the balance between operational and financial objectives of using the cloud. In the whitepaper, we define cloud economics and perfect-provisioning and offer […]

Cloudyn helps you leverage recent Amazon EC2 release

March 12 2012 | by Vittaly Tavor AWS Cloud Economics Cloud Provisioning

Amazon EC2 latest release, on March 8, offers great savings opportunities for its cloud customers. We wanted to take the opportunity to answer a few questions in regards to this announcement and what it means in terms of leveraging the […]

Apples to Oranges: Why Comparing Compute Units Can Derail the Cloud Conversation

March 6 2012 | by Zev Schonberg Cloud Cost Management Cloud Economics Cloud Provisioning Cloud Vendors

Two of the most popular cloud vendors today are Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Rackspace. An examination of how they bill shows that both measure the size of “compute units” differently in pricing their solutions. These compute units include variable […]

Deciding an Approach to the Cloud: AWS Reserved Instances

February 28 2012 | by Vittaly Tavor Cloud Cost Cloud Economics Cloud Optimization Cloud Pricing

When starting to use the public cloud, for most businesses AWS is almost always a first choice. It’s very easy to deploy, it has a rich API and plethora of services, and the intuitive on-demand pricing seems very attractive. To […]

Cloud Watching – The Fog of Variable Pricing

February 16 2012 | by Zev Schonberg Cloud Cost Cloud Economics Cloud Optimization Cloud Pricing

As cloud technology is rapidly adopted and solutions are implemented for all types of cloud functions, the cost models for these solutions shift on a daily basis. Just last week Amazon again lowered their pricing models for the S3 storage […]

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