Status Go: Ep. 106 – Cloud Cost Optimization

In a 2020 survey conducted by IDG, they found that controlling cloud costs was the most common challenge keeping organizations from taking full advantage of public cloud. There is a lot of complexity, a lack of visibility and often cloud teams are too busy to keep up with the technical and operational processes required to control and reduce costs.  In this episode two of InterVision’s cloud experts lay out some of the fundamental ways you can work towards reducing cloud costs.  Dustin Milberg, Field CTO of Cloud Services and John Gray, CTO  bring you a candid conversation full of action items to help you reign things in if you are already in the cloud or plan ahead if you’re not there quite yet.  No matter where you are in your cloud journey, there is something in this conversation for you.

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John Gray Bio: As CTO at InterVision, has spent 25+ years in IT innovation, software engineering, and business leadership.  Over 10 years ago he started Infiniti Consulting, an IT consulting and system integration company that grew rapidly and became a leader in cloud adoption.  John’s focus is on the smart application of technology to drive positive business outcomes.  He is recognized as a thought leader in cloud technology and overall IT architecture.


Dustin Milberg Bio: Dustin is a seasoned enterprise technology executive who has served as a CTO/CIO and VP of Engineering. He leads InterVision’s Cloud Serviceshelping customers adopt a holistic approach to developing and delivering sustainable platforms and solutions, while enabling technology organizations to optimize the entire operation: people, process, infrastructure, operations, development, quality, and security.

Dustin works with technology leaders and engineering teams to develop and execute on sound, scalable technical strategies providing the best performance and cost. 

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