The Five Components of the Fully Tuned Cloud

KATIE LENAHAN | October 13, 2016

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The fully tuned cloud is one that operates with efficiency in both performance and cost. And while overall cloud adoption is increasing, optimization efforts are seriously lagging with tasks such as shutting down unused services, rightsizing instances, selecting lower cost providers or taking advantage of discounted pricing opportunities being pursued by only a small percentage of organizations. So what are the key components of a fully tuned cloud? 

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