Cost saving tips and tricks in Microsoft Azure for everyone

Norwegian Intermediate Development

In this talk, we will look at the cost of Microsoft Azure. Do you feel like you are paying too much for your cloud solutions? This talk emerges from years of real experiences and (costly) lessons learned in the field, offering a relatable and practical approach to managing cloud expenses. We'll learn how to identify and cut down on unnecessary expenses using some easy cost-saving tips, shed light on hidden costs that often go unnoticed, and how to avoid them if possible. Then, we'll explore how to integrate cost-efficiency into your cloud architecture's foundation using some processes I have created over the years. This is more than just a guide to save a few bucks; it's a roadmap for making intelligent, cost-effective decisions in your Microsoft Azure journey. Whether you're a seasoned professional or just starting, this talk will equip you with the tools to make your Azure usage more economical and efficient.


Karl Løland

Azure and cloud enthusiast at Folia

Karl is an experienced Cloud Architect with a passion for Microsoft Azure. He often focuses his talks on cloud costs and how to create cost-efficient cloud architectures.

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