Architecting Cloud Workloads for Financial Reporting

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by Rich Hoyer, SADA

Architecting Cloud Workloads for Financial Reporting: Best Practices

FinOps practitioners and technical teams must begin working more closely together to factor financial reporting into their architectural designs, tagging and labelling taxonomies, and other configurations. When they do, there can be significant upside to a company. When they don’t, the consequences can be damaging.

If you’re looking to better understand FinOps best practices for architecting your cloud workloads, you’ll find the case study outlined in “Architecting Cloud Workloads for Financial Reporting: Best Practices” helpful and practical. This article:

  • Describes how to look at your processes and work with the FinOps team
  • Best practice when architecting for FinOps
  • The need for identifying non-technical dimensions

Read the article here to learn more.

Author: Rich Hoyer, Director of Customer FinOps, SADA

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