Cloud Waste Management: A Win-Win for Sustainability and Efficiency

Cloud computing has become an essential part of modern business, but it can also be a major source of waste. This waste can have a significant financial and environmental impact.

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How to establish a vibrant FinOps community in your organization?

As you might know, FinOps is a cultural practice. It’s the way how teams manage their cloud costs, where everyone takes ownership of their cloud usage, supported by a central best-practices group.

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Exploring the Future of FinOps with ChatGPT: An Exclusive Interview

Everyone is talking about ChatGPT these days. One more reason to take a closer look at the topic. Artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT can play a major role in the future. In today's expert interview, we clarify how ChatGPT can help in the area of FinOps.

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CO2 Emission Dashboard Analysis of the top three Cloud Providers (AWS, Azure, GCP) 

The cloud carbon footprint is a crucial metric that measures the amount of carbon dioxide emissions generated by a company's cloud computing operations. The carbon footprint is calculated by assessing the direct and indirect emissions from the cloud infrastructure and energy used by cloud services.

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Kubernetes cost optimization on AWS 

Running microservices on Kubernetes clusters is a modern way to provide your application to end users and customers. On cloud service providers like AWS it is possible to use EC2 auto-scaling that spins up new compute instances based on the current load of the cluster (dynamic scaling) or predefined quantity in a scheduled time plan.

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Building a K8S Operator to manipulate your Managed Cluster Nodes

For our WebAssembly Special Interest Group at Liquid Reply we wanted to build a proof of concept that allows us to run WebAssembly workloads on regular Kubernetes nodes which are managed by a Cloud Provider like AWS, Azure or GCP. As WebAssembly images require a modified OCI runtime, in our case CRUN, with support to run WebAssembly. CRUN needs to be compiled, or replaced on the node with a version that has WebAssembly readily compiled.

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