In my earlier 3-part blog series on Reserved Instances (RI), I had talked so far about estimations, savings and the bill tracking. Another point for completeness of this series is a discussion on refunds.
The other day a colleague shared this article. Over the years, I have read many articles on this topic. Some give 5 differences, some will give 10 and so on. While all points written
The global Healthcare IT Market size is expected to be around $53.3 billion in 2019. It has seen a significant turnaround due to advancements in technology, one of the advancements, Cloud Computing. The global
In continuation to part 1 and part 2, where I talked how to estimate for the Reserved Instances (RI) and how to figure out the kind of savings you can get with it. Having understood
In my earlier blog I explained a bit on RI pricing to get you started. There is more to RI Usage and pricing and I will cover the other aspects in this blog. Apart from
Microsoft has been working on making improvements to the Azure meter category and sub category names over the last few months. The details of the same are available here and instructions on how to make
If you are using Azure Virtual Machines (VMs), you have an option of using Azure Reserved Instance (RI) VMs instead. Microsoft (MS) claims these can help save up to 72% of your spend. While this
Windows 10 October 2018 update is now available. You can check for it via 'Windows Update' or wait for it to be pushed to your device in a few weeks. Here's a list of all