Cloud Cost Visibility
From an engineering standpoint, there is a disconnect between what resources an application is taking up in the public cloud and the actual dollar and cents cost incurred which usually sits with a finance team. Cost visibility allows the consumer, e.g the engineer of the cloud resources a clear and concise view of what they are actually using in their applications.
As cloud costs soar and more businesses seek to create good cloud cost management practices, the concept of cloud cost intelligence has become an increasingly important one.
Allowing developers to manage cloud costs isn’t a new concept. It’s a concept that companies haven’t realized, or have but don’t have the resources. Learn why developers should care about cloud costs.
Step 1: Analyze. Step 2: Optimize. It's just 2 steps to Kubernetes cost nirvana, but it's a lot harder to do than it sounds. Check out this blog to get some actionable tips to start doing this now, and see how Harness makes it easy.
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Harness Cloud Cost Management - empowering engineering and DevOps teams to proactively manage and optimize cloud costs.