Rightsizing Enables the Most Accurate Cloud Pricing

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Rightsizing Ensures Properly Provisioned VMs

Rightsizing is the process you conduct to make sure that your virtual machines (VMs) and other components are resourced correctly; it’s often performed prior to moving to the cloud. Rightsizing confirms that each VM has adequate resources to do its job, but is not overprovisioned with more resources than it needs.

Why is Rightsizing Vital to Planning Your Cloud Migration?

Can your organization save money by moving applications to the cloud? The only way to know for certain is to Rightsize each and every VM. All too often, IT administrators use their overprovisioned VMs as a measure to “size” their cloud equivalents when migrating. This can vastly overstate the OpEx costs of moving on-premises workloads to the cloud. It makes running applications in the public cloud look more expensive than they actually are, compared to on-premises data centers. So you get an inaccurate lower picture of potential cloud savings. With Rightsizing, you learn the real-world usage figures for each VM and component throughout your data center, so your provisioning of CPU, memory and network resources is accurate and cost-effective.

Analytics for Cost-Efficient Cloud Planning

  • Public Cloud Planning Rightsizer: Know the costs of running VMs in the cloud.

    Get a precise, unbiased view of the true costs of running your applications. Profile workloads and create scenarios to compare costs at various levels of provisioning.

  • AWS Cloud Simulator

    : Assess workloads that make sense to migrate to the cloud.

    CloudPhysics AWS Cloud Simulator delivers cost analytics for accurately projecting the cost of running all, part, or a single VM in AWS EC2.

  • Microsoft Azure Cloud Simulator: Private-to-Public Cloud VM mapping and cost calculations.

    Get instant and accurate cost estimates with a single click so you can make more accurate cost estimates and ensure you have the right resources in place for reliable service levels in Azure.