The Road to Azure Cost Governance (E-book)



Cloud teams and ICT cost controllers working with Azure will be able to put their knowledge to work with this practical guide, introducing a process model for structured cost governance. The Road to Azure Cost Governance is a must-read if you find yourself facing the harsh reality of monthly cloud costs gradually getting out of control.Starting with how resources are created and managed, everything you need to know in order to track, display, optimize, rightsize, and clean up cloud resources will be tackled with a workflow approach that will leave the choice of operation to you (be it the Azure CLI, automation, logic apps, or even custom code). Using real-world datasets, youll learn everything from basic cost management to modeling your cloud spend across your technical resources in a sustainable way. The book will also show you how to create a recursive optimization process that will give you full control of spending and savings, while helping you reserve budget for future cloud projects and innovation.By the end of this Azure book, youll have a clear understanding and control of your cloud spend along with knowledge of a number of cost-saving techniques used by companies around the world, application optimization patterns, and the carbon impact of your cloud infrastructure. Spis treści:The Road to Azure Cost GovernanceForewordContributorsAbout the authorsAbout the reviewersPrefaceWho this book is forWhat this book coversTo get the most out of this bookDownload the example code filesDownload the color imagesConventions usedGet in touchShare Your ThoughtsSection 1: Cloud Cost ManagementChapter 1: Understanding Cloud BillsTechnical requirementsSo, youre doing cloudnow what?Understanding how cloud billing worksReviewing the Azure portal for cost managementMatching your cloud billing with your companys department organizationSources of billing information and export methods of billing dataExport methodsSummaryQuestionsFurther readingChapter 2: What Does Your Cloud Spending Look Like?Technical requirementsDefining cost constraintsAiming for scalable costsPaying for consumptionReviewing the subscription hierarchy and management groupsManagement groupsUnderstanding cost optimization automation and policiesTaggingManagement group policies for cost savingsAutomation of cost controlSummaryQuestionsFurther readingChapter 3: Monitoring CostsTechnical requirementsLearning about and using Azure budgets and alertsAzure AdvisorDimensions analysisUseful representationsScheduling exportsDefining budgets and configuring alertsAdopting Azure Cost Management Power BIAzure Hybrid Usage BenefitReservations reportsDefining and configuring automation scripts for cost controlThinking about an architecture for a custom cost management toolTranslating for the non-technical audienceMind the gap between cloud costs and your cost control platformSummaryQuestionsFurther readingSection 2: Cloud Cost SavingsChapter 4: Planning for Cost Savings Right-SizingTechnical requirementsUnderstanding right-sizingRight-sizing for IaaSDisk right-sizingRight-sizing PaaS servicesEnforcing on/off policies scheduled and on-demandSaving on reservationsInducted right-sizingLicensesBackupNetwork storageSample logic for cost controlUnderstanding what you need to controlChoosing from scheduler and orchestratorBuilding your own orchestratorYour world does not end in the cloudOn-demand re-scalingFocusing on other scale-up patternsDrawback in rescaling PaaS and SaaSTypical per-resource-type cost-saving approachJIT provisioningSummaryQuestionsFurther readingChapter 5: Planning for Cost Savings CleanupTechnical requirementsCleaning up the cloud resourcesFree stuff on AzureAzure Resource GraphUnassociated servicesAutomated waste disposalCleaning up networking resourcesByproducts of migrating to AzureAzure Migrate and Azure Site RecoveryMigration tagging strategyThe snooze and stop workflowDealing with a CMDBIdentifying cost spikesPer-meter category split cost reportShared resourcesPrimus inter pares finding the cost leading resourceSecurity implications of cleaning upUnused subscriptionsSummaryQuestionsFurther readingChapter 6: Planning for Cost Savings ReservationsTechnical requirementsWhat happens when a resource is reserved?Learning about reservations for PaaS, Storage, and data servicesDeciding crossroads before reservingGetting information on your objects usageDeciding whether reserving is the right choiceResources size matters, even with reserved instancesSetting reservations privilegesActual view versus amortized viewReservation utilizationWhat if you are not using 100% of your reservations?Automatically renewing reservationsRight-sizing and new objectsFinancial implications of reservationsDealing with changes and cancellationsExchange and refund policiesSummaryQuestionsFurther readingSection 3: Cost- and Carbon-Aware Cloud ArchitecturesChapter 7: Application Performance and Cloud CostTechnical requirementsOptimizing your database for costsDisk tuningExploring the space between the database and the applicationDatabase optimization planApplication performance optimizationUnderstanding technical debtFinding a KPI for your technical debtReducing your technical debtWays to optimize your technical debt and modernize your applicationsApplication optimization and continuous improvementThe antipattern for the braveDatabase sessions opening costLearning about Azure Application InsightsEmbedded application cost optimizationPractical examplesStorage throughput versus network bandwidthA basic monolith appSummaryQuestionsFurther readingChapter 8: Sustainable Applications and Architectural PatternsTechnical requirementsUnderstanding sustainable softwareDefining a need for sustainabilityPrinciples of sustainable software engineeringDemand shaping and shiftingDemand shapingDemand shiftingSustainable cloud-native architecturesExample of a green serverless appCarbon optimization of an on-premises applicationProgramming languages and sustainabilityMeasuring and fostering sustainabilityThe Microsoft Emissions Impact DashboardA data model for the carbon impact of applicationsSummaryQuestionsFurther readingAssessmentsChapter 1, Understanding Cloud BillsQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerChapter 2, What Does Your Cloud Spending Look Like?Question 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerQuestion 4AnswerQuestion 5AnswerChapter 3, Monitoring CostsQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerQuestion 4AnswerChapter 4, Planning for Cost Savings Right SizingQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerChapter 5, Planning for Cost Savings CleanupQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerQuestion 4AnswerQuestion 5AnswerChapter 6, Planning for Cost Savings ReservationsQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerChapter 7, Application Performance and Cloud CostQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerQuestion 4AnswerChapter 8, Sustainable Applications and Architectural PatternsQuestion 1AnswerQuestion 2AnswerQuestion 3AnswerWhy subscribe?Other Books You May EnjoyPackt is searching for authors like youShare Your Thoughts

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