Articles written by FinOps leaders and practitioners aimed to improve cloud financial management.
We’re taking a moment to highlight one of our own FinOps Foundation members in a series of interview posts. This series aims to highlight our community members so we can learn a bit more from their perspectives. Arnaud Alcabez is the Director of Cloud Computing Training for Global Knowledge France, a certified AWS instructor, and […]
This month, over 20 community members met for the Idea Exchange to discuss best practices, tips, and tricks on cloud expense forecasting and budgeting. Cloud finance forecasting can be a complicated exercise. Costs across different VMs, storage, containerization, and other services aren’t all billed the same way. Add in discounts and things can get messy. […]
In August, we celebrated the first annual International FinOps Day with two big cloud financial management sessions on AWS Savings Plans and FinOps for Kubernetes. The new Technical Advisory Council was formed and our new FinOps Certified launch partners came together. Watch for more in September including a GCP CUD session… Recaps from FinOps Day […]
FinOps takes an agile approach to manage cloud spend and make sense of it to business leaders. It requires multi-discipline teams to both operate and communicate well with one another. Here’s a peek at one company’s path to FinOps success. Ahead of their upcoming member call this week, I had a short preview conversation with […]
The FinOps Foundation team was very excited to have our guest Charles Renert, Technology Team Lead at Capital One walk through some FinOps best practices and stories from the field. A small panel of other Cloud Custodian users from Here Technologies, Verizon, and Nationwide added context and color to Cloud Custodian best practices and use […]
Okay, while it takes far more than 15 minutes to learn, understand, and master FinOps and its many best practices and cultural shifts, it’s nice to have one reference point for the high-level look at things. I’d like to take some time to highlight Deepak Ramchandani Vensi’s post about FinOps. For a movement like FinOps […]
In a recent blog post by a FinOps Foundation member from Intuit, Jason Rhoades lays out a killer visual model for understanding the jobs-to-be-done in Cloud Financial Managment on two axis: 1) Strategic vs. Tactical and 2) Finance vs. Cloud Tech. Jason maps these decision points on a cloud cost landscape and discusses the critical […]