With the new pay as you use model, cost management has become a challenge for customers in Public Clouds.It is a general misconception that in public clouds one pays for resources actually ‘used.’ While it is true on certain types of resources (for e.g. AWS S3), it is not true where the costs really matter (such as AWS EC2, EBS, DynamoDB, …). Customers are paying for ‘provisioned’ capacity and not for ‘used’ capacity. The burden of ensuring that provisioning matches utilization is on the customer. Despite the promise of cost savings achievable by moving to public clouds, many customers have experienced higher costs due to incorrectly managed public cloud deployments.
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