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4 Azure Considerations To Reduce Costs

Adam Bertram, Microsoft Windows PowerShell MVP

4 Azure Considerations To Reduce Costs
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Published: November, 2020
Hundreds of thousands of businesses across the world turn to Microsoft Azure for its broad feature set and excellent cost-management options as a powerful and cost-efficient cloud platform. However, ease of scalability gives way to rapidly increasing costs, both direct and indirect, if not carefully managed. Having the ability to control and predict cloud cost is key to any IT organization’s cloud success.

In this guide, we discuss four key considerations to controlling costs with Azure, while getting the best of all the available offerings and features. Whether you’re newly adopting cloud or already have had a cloud-first approach for some time, proper planning, deployment, monitoring and optimization will ensure success in utilizing Azure.

Learn more in this guide.
Hundreds of thousands of businesses across the world turn to Microsoft Azure for its broad feature set and excellent cost-management options as a powerful and cost-efficient cloud platform. However, ease of scalability gives way to rapidly increasing costs, both direct and indirect, if not carefully managed. Having the ability to control and predict cloud cost is key to any IT organization’s cloud success.

In this guide, we discuss four key considerations to controlling costs with Azure, while getting the best of all the available offerings and features. Whether you’re newly adopting cloud or already have had a cloud-first approach for some time, proper planning, deployment, monitoring and optimization will ensure success in utilizing Azure.

Learn more in this guide.
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