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All Together Now: FinOps, Kubernetes, and Platform Engineering

Teams and organizations are leveraging Kubernetes to build platforms supporting their digital transformational efforts. A Kubernetes-based platform provides cloud-native architecture benefits such as automation, elasticity, resilience, and abstraction of the underlying infrastructure.


Top 5 FinOps Tips to Optimize Cloud Costs

The efficiency, flexibility and strategic value of cloud computing are driving organizations to deploy cloud-based solutions at rapid pace. Fortune Business Insights predicts the global cloud computing market will experience annual growth of nearly 18% through 2028. As the cloud becomes one of the most expensive resources for modern organizations, cloud financial management, or FinOps, has become a critical initiative.

Webinar: Overcoming Challenges to Scaling FinOps

Effective management of cloud costs is critical for digital-first organizations, especially during times of market volatility. But, it can be very challenging to effectively drive organizational alignment around FinOps. Join CyberArk and Anodot as we explore tactics for delivering successful ongoing FinOps in your organization.

What Is FinOps? What You Need To Know In Under 10 Minutes

DevOps. DevSecOps. AIOps. NoOps. RevOps. FinOps. It's hard to keep up sometimes. No worries, though. CloudZero sits at the intersection of finance and operations — and we recently joined the FinOps Foundation, which brings together FinOps practitioners to collaborate, learn, and network. In this guide, we'll share more about FinOps and why it matters to you as a SaaS company that relies on cloud services and OpEx financials.

FinOps and Cloud Cost Optimization

As companies scale, it’s become increasingly important to keep cloud cost management and optimization top of mind. In this talk, Yuval Yogev from Sygnia walks you through Sygnia’s optimization journey of cutting their total cloud costs in half. Yogev also shares insights into how you can optimize your own organization’s cloud usage and spend.

6 Examples Of FinOps KPIs That Will Improve Your Margins

Setting FinOps KPIs helps keep your whole organization aligned toward the same financial goals. However, it takes more than simply setting a broad, company-wide financial goal and turning every employee loose to work on that goal without more specific directions. It’s far better to come up with realistic and achievable goals tailored toward each person or team that will be responsible for them. That’s because KPIs should ideally be focused around the typical persona of each team.


Measuring cloud cost efficiency for FinOps

Public cloud can deliver significant business value across infrastructure cost savings, team productivity, service elasticity, and DevOps agility. Yet, up to 70% of organizations are regularly overshooting their cloud budgets, minimizing the gap between cloud costs and the revenue cloud investments can drive.


Managing Cloud Cost Anomalies for FinOps

Cloud cost anomalies are unpredicted variations (typically increases) in cloud spending that are larger than expected based on historical patterns. Misconfiguration, unused resources, malicious activity or overambitious projects are some of the reasons for unexpected anomalies in cloud costs. Even the smallest of incidents can add up over time leading to cost overruns and bill shock.