16 minutes | Oct 5, 2020

Ep 4 – Lift Off: Right-size your public cloud spending

As chief cloud economist at The Duckbill Group, Corey Quinn spends his days helping businesses understand and lasso public-cloud costs. In this episode, we sit down to talk about how telcos can control public cloud spending.

Listen in to learn how to analyze and predict spending and ensure you’re not leaving money on the table [2:49]. We also take a look at how balancing the needs of technology and finance teams can help with cloud optimization [5:07] and explore why it’s critical to architect for cost visibility and optimization from the beginning [7:45]. We wrap up with an opinionated conversation about why a multi-cloud approach is a losing proposition [9:15].

This is the third episode in the three-part series, Liftoff. Check out the first and second installments.

About Corey Quinn

Corey Quinn is the chief cloud economist at The Duckbill Group. He specializes in helping companies address horrifying AWS bills; hosts the Screaming in the Cloud podcast; and curates Last Week in AWS, a weekly newsletter summarizing the latest in AWS news, blogs, and tools, sprinkled with snark.

Listen to our conversation by clicking play above or subscribe through your favorite podcast feed.

Links Referenced More episodes from Telco in 20

Telco in 20: Episode 3 | Duration: 00:16:00
Lift Off: Telcos moving to the public cloud – beware of lift and shift
Lift Off, Part 2: Find out the key elements of a successful public cloud lift and shift strategy and when a poor migration plan will start to hurt, and why.

Telco in 20: Episode 2 | Duration: 00:16:17
Lift Off: Taking the first step

Lift Off, Part 1: The public cloud is central to the telecommunication industry’s evolution. Learn about steps that smooth the transition.

Telco in 20: Episode 1 | Duration: 00:15:14
It starts with…transformational leadership

Telco needs disruptive leaders with the courage to drive change. Find out what sets these trailblazers apart and why it takes big changes to big things to succeed.

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