Saving money or optimizing budgetary spends over time are two of the main reasons for moving workloads to the cloud. When used properly, cloud infrastructure can reduce total cost of ownership, as compared to an on-premises infrastructure.
This does not mean that simply migrating applications and data to the cloud will necessarily result in cost savings. Rather, optimizing costs in the cloud and keeping your cloud computing costs predictable depends on your ability to make smart decisions about exactly how and where you host workloads. Here are some considerations for businesses, when looking for savings in the cloud.