An AWS Cloud User’s Guide: Demystifying AWS Reserved Instances

Amazon Cloud, as the cloud world agrees, has more than 10 times the computing capacity in use than the next 14 largest cloud companies combined. This is one of the many reasons why most businesses today prefer to be on AWS Cloud to scale up and deploy rapidly.

Ever since the launch of Amazon EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud), AWS has been constantly helping businesses expand on cloud and dedicate more time-to-market.

Enterprises, SMBs, and even young startups today are embracing the compute power of AWS for scalability, flexibility, profitability and agility.

But when it comes to cost optimization on AWS, long-term contracts that freeze prices for cloud services over a long period can be a big challenge. A common challenge that most cloud practitioners are facing today is — ‘should you reserve instances for continuous capacity availability on the go, or simply go for on-demand instances that can be a little heavy on the pocket (as you scale up)?

How can you make the most of the compute power of AWS?’

Experts recommend to go for ‘Reserved Instances’, for long term cost optimization. Today, RI is one of the most effective cost saving services offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Here is your FREE copy of a cloud engineer’s guide to demystify RIs in 2017 & beyond. Put together by experts at Botmetric, this is the only resource that you’ll need to save thousands of dollars leveraging tips, tricks and best practices to do RI intelligently.

Download the complete guide to demystify AWS reserved instances, here: Complete AWS RI Guide for Cloud Engineers

This guide is designed to be the only reference a cloud engineer would need to leverage RIs completely and save smartly on your AWS cloud.

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