Companies that don’t monitor cloud server use may be paying their provider for compute cycles when no one is using them.
According to a Wall Street Journal story, common mistakes that drive up cloud computing costs include ordering too much computing power, failing to program software shutdowns in off hours, not using monitoring tools to keep tabs on wasted computing cycles, or allowing programmers to believe cycles are free.
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