Initial costs may
not be what
you expect, but
that’s not always
a bad thing
Because cloud usage is so
dynamic, predicting costs is not
a simple task. It’s not uncommon
for initial cloud costs to come in
higher than expected, resulting
in a bit of sticker shock. If you
do have a budget in mind, be
aware that you might not hit that
number right away — but you can
still get there later. Optimization
and fine-tuning should always be
part of the plan — just not the
first part. The first challenge of
cloud adoption is to make it work.
Next, make it work well. Once your
application is performing reliably
and securely then you can start
looking for ways to optimize costs.
Please fill all the required * fields.