Cloud wastage is needlessly increasing both carbon footprints and infrastructure costs. Enterprises can boost their ESG profiles and their profits by curbing cloud waste.
Yotascale Gains Strong Business Momentum in 2022 as Cloud Cost Management Becomes Top Priority for Enterprises
Company doubles ARR and surpasses $1B in annualized cloud spend under management PALO ALTO, Calif. – August 3, 2022 – Yotascale, the
The recent Flexera 2022 State of the Cloud Report found that organizations waste 32% of their cloud spend, up from 3o% last year. This can be due to cloud cost incidents triggered by
The push is on to get every enterprise thinking they’re missing out on the next big thing if they don’t adopt a multicloud strategy. Not everyone needs it, but those who do need to consider 3 things, says Asim Razzaq
Asim Razzaq, CEO of Yotascale, provides guidance on understanding— and containing —the complex cost structure of multicloud computing.
What currently-unavailable data would be most helpful to advancing a company’s sustainability mission?
We asked the experts to describe the data that they thought would make the biggest difference to sustainability professionals as companies looked to push ESG missions forward.
The benefits of RBAC are monumental, especially when it comes to security. The risk of data breaches is reduced by restricting access to only teams that need the data to do their job.
Misconfigurations can spin up the wrong number of services in an organization’s cloud use, causing cloud cost anomalies. If this spending appears small, it may go unnoticed, but the costs add up.
A recent cloud observability survey found nearly two-thirds (64%) of respondents reported the adoption of public clouds has made it more difficult to achieve observability.
The survey results highlight a strong need to gain better visibility into cloud costs while reducing the burden to the affected DevOps / IT teams that are responsible for those costs.
According to a new report by Yotascale, out of 357 professionals, 64% agree that the adoption of public cloud or multiple public cloud providers has made observability significantly more difficult
The adoption of public cloud and multi-cloud systems has made observability significantly more difficult for the majority (64 percent) of organizations, a new report from cloud cost management firm Yotascale suggests.