Articles written by FinOps leaders and practitioners aimed to improve cloud financial management.
We performed a live poll during our member call to find out how FinOps experts build their teams and what their priorities are. (A full video of the presentation is available for FinOps Foundation Members) FinOps is continuously evolving, with best practices constantly being refined and honed. So in our member call last week, we […]
This week on the FinOps Foundation member call, Dave Van Hoven from HERE Technologies spoke about their Green Zone/Red Zone approach to buying Reserved Instances (RIs).
In this week’s Member Call, Ashley Hromatko showed us how Pearson integrates FinOps into their migration and operation process.
For Week 8 of our Member Calls to dig into best practices, we heard from Bhupendra Hirani at YouView about building cost awareness with your engineering team.
Are your cloud teams having trouble talking to each other? Maybe the problem is that they’re not speaking the same language. When I started my FinOps team, I eagerly started creating reports and sent them out to the business — but instead of helping my teams clarify our cloud spend, these reports created confusion.
Welcome to Week 7 of our push into FinOps Best Practices! This week during the member call, we heard from Darek Gajewski at Ancestry about tagging and automation. Darek Gajewski is the Principal Infrastructure Analyst at Ancestry.
For week #6 of the push into FinOps best practices for the upcoming O’Reilly book, we dug into various spend allocation strategies ranging from showback, full chargeback to “shameback” with Ally Anderson, business operations manager and FinOps army of one at Neustar.
For week #5 of the push into FinOps best practices for the upcoming O’Reilly book, we sat down to talk goals & OKRs for FinOps teams with Joe Daly, Director of Cloud Optimization at Nationwide.
There are three parts to a successful practice: Real-time reporting + Just-in-time processes + Teams working together = FinOps In this post, we’re going to dig into that first piece.
This week, we had a great speaker from ThermoFisher Scientific, one the biggest companies you’ve probably never heard of with revenues of more than $20 billion and approximately 70,000 employees globally according to LinkedIn.
On the eve of Google Cloud Next ’19, we hosted Anders Hagman from Spotify, who runs the Technical Procurement team for the tech unicorn in Stockholm. Spotify is reported have committed to use a fully cloud-native infrastructure to drive their wildly popular streaming music service.
Week #2 of the 10 week push into FinOps best practices for the upcoming O’Reilly book brought an excellent conversation with Jason Fuller from HERE Technologies.
This week was the first of a 10 week push into FinOps best practices. We’re driving hard to codify the best practices for the upcoming O’Reilly book. Over 35 FinOps practitioners attended the kick-off call, and here are some of highlights from the discussion.
This Tuesday, the FinOps Foundation was officially launched at the Cloud Economics Summit in San Francisco.
DevOps in Cloud has broken traditional procurement. Procurement has outsourced their job to engineers. Engineers now spend company money at will and make financial decisions on cloud providers like AWS, GCP and Azure at rapid speed.