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How can we rationalise the tools and expenses induced by the expansion of data activities and the multiplication of technologies?
How can I ensure that my cloud infrastructure provides the expected service at the right price and in a qualitative and efficient manner?
What approach should be taken to align business, IT and finance teams around a common tooling strategy?

What are we talking about?

According to Gartner, cloud computing expenditure will represent 1,800 billion by 2025, and 51% of corporate IT expenditure will be dedicated to the cloud.

In a context of economic and ecological crisis, it is logical that management should rationalise the use, costs and impacts of developments related to data and the cloud.

This rationalisation is called FinOps - for the contraction of Financial Operations - and therefore the balance between operational and financial issues.

It is an approach that is based on the analysis of business needs with regard to the relevance of the cloud services deployed, their cost and their use. In other words: How can I ensure that my cloud infrastructure provides the expected service at the right price and in a qualitative and efficient manner?

Our field of actions

Equancy's teams will help you develop and implement your Finops strategy:

  • Diagnosis of business needs and uses of the Cloud and your technologies
  • Co-construction and implementation of an iterative methodology adapted to your needs
  • Development of cost monitoring dashboards

Key expert

Daniel Snook

Daniel Snook

Director of Data Technologies

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What are the challenges?

Improving the quality of service by meeting business challenges with an adapted and correctly sized cloud device.
Cost optimisation by adjusting operating expenses to usage and avoiding cost proliferation.
Guarantee of budget control by better anticipating annual costs in relation to new needs.

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FinOps - a solution to reduce your Cloud structre bill and rationalise your investments