Embrace Containers with Confidence

Container adoption is growing fast. Learn more about how CloudHealth Technologies can help you analyze, report & govern your container environment.

Spectre and Meltdown Security Risk

On Meltdown and Spectre: The new security risks, and what you need to know

Two serious security vulnerabilities, Meltdown and Spectre, have just been revealed. Many major media outlets are covering the news: to quote the New York Times, the flaws pose “a major threat to the way cloud-computing systems operate” with the Guardian calling them the “worst ever” CPU bugs. What...
Top Cloud Management Blog Posts of 2017

CloudHealth Technologies' Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

For CloudHealth Technologies, 2017 was a year characterized with announcements, funding, new leadership, and other big moves. With so much that happened in 2017, we have collected our top 10 blog posts of the year for those who manage their cloud infrastructure.

International Toy Manufacturer Saves Over 35% on AWS Spend with Reliam and CloudHealth

Increased demand for one international toy manufacturer required highly-elastic infrastructure that could keep up with traffic and seasonal spikes. The toy manufacturer began increasing their usage of Amazon Web Services (AWS), as their infrastructure grew to over 650 instances. They turned to AWS...
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Customer Success Onboarding Plan

Part of our commitment to your success includes a comprehensive onboarding during your first 90 days using the platform. The CloudHealth Technologies onboarding methodology is based on hundreds of successful customer implementations around the world.


10 Best Practices for Reducing Spend in AWS

Although moving to Amazon Web Services (AWS) can provide huge benefits in agility, responsiveness, simplified operations and improved innovation, many mistakingly assume that migrating to the public cloud will lead to cost savings. In reality, organizations need to implement management, governance...
Why RI amortization can be so complex? 1. RIs can (and will) float to other linked accounts too 2. Some Reserved Instances will flex.  3. You continuously purchase new Reserved Instances 4. Reserved Instances can be modified and exchanged

The Ultimate Guide to AWS Reserved Instances, Part 5: Reserved Instance Accounting, Amortization, and Chargeback

In the first four parts of this blog series, we walked through the process of planning your Reserved Instance (RI) purchase, rightsizing, making your RI buy, and ongoing modification and monitoring. There is still one more step you must take: RI accounting, amortization, and chargeback.