8 best practices for cost optimisation in Azure

75% of customers are paying too much for Azure. Of those customers, some are overspending by as much as 70%. 

This white paper presents observations gathered from over 100 Azure health checks, which assess the state of customer’s cloud adoption to identify critical issues. A years worth of Azure health checks have revealed compelling insights; put simply organisations are paying too much – fortunately there are easy ways to save, if you know where to look.

Learn how to extract the most value from Microsoft Azure, save your business money and boost performance. Complete the form below to download, 8 best practices for cost optimisation in Azure.

As Microsoft’s largest Australian partner, Data#3 has unparalleled experience in Azure. That’s why Microsoft selected Data#3 to provide Azure Migration services as part of Microsoft’s Modernisation Factory. To learn more about our Azure services or book an Azure health check, contact us today.

 

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