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Newvem's Utilization Heat Map

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Newvem's Utilization Heatmap enables you to visualize your 30-day cloud usage by hour, region, business activity and more at a glance. Check out this presentation and learn how you can: …

Newvem's Utilization Heatmap enables you to visualize your 30-day cloud usage by hour, region, business activity and more at a glance. Check out this presentation and learn how you can:
*Get the most out of your available capacity
*Move consistent usage to a cheaper plan
*Increase utilization to meet peak hour demand

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  • 1. Cloud Heat MapsWhy is it good for me?So what can this do for me?
  • 2. Confidential Newvem’s Key Takeaways 23 Main Takeaways• Free • Make better capacity decisions with trend, burst, and peak analysis • Identify consistent workloads that can be more effectively utilized in a non- EC2 environment (RI, hybrid or private clouds) • Benchmark variable vs. consistent workloads over 30 day time series • Identify if you are auto-scaling in the appropriate time frames• Premium • Reduce total cost of ownership and increase AWS usage effectiveness • Visualize AWS usage by business activity and organization • Make better capacity decisions based on usage via instance type, region, availability zone, and much more
  • 3. Cloud Heat Maps – Why 3Cloud Heat Maps by Newvem bridge the gapbetween AWS usage data and knowing what needsto be improved.Heat Maps by Newvem visualize AWS usageintuitively.
  • 4. Cloud Heat Maps - Objectives 4• Problem: AWS is a utility that needs to be measured in order to be managed• Solution: Cloud Heat Maps allow customers to discover and model their compute resources consumption over the course of a month Get more out of your current AWS resources 1) Increase utilization of variable workloads 2) Move consistent workloads off of On-Demand to Reserved Instances or hybrid clouds
  • 5. Cloud Heat Maps by Newvem / Free 5 Before After Make better capacityWhat is my utilization during decisions through burst andpeak hours? peak trend analyses Identify consistent workloadsDo I have consistent usage so that can be more effectively Heat MapsI can move my cloud to a by Newvem utilized in a non-On-Demandcheaper platform? environment (i.e. RI, hybrid or private clouds) Benchmark variable VSAm I auto-scaling with consistent workloads over 30demand? day time-series
  • 6. Cloud Heat Maps by Newvem / Premium 6 Before AfterHow can I see my overall AWS Reduce total cost ofusage as consumed during ownership by increasing AWSthe course of the month? resource utilizationCan my AWS resourcessupport my top 10% Heat Maps Visualize AWS usage by top levelcustomer base during peak by Newvem business activityhours?How efficiently are my Make better capacitycurrent AWS resources decisions based on usage viautilized across all of my instance type, region,regions and availability availability zone, and muchzones? more
  • 7. Cloud Heat Maps in a Nutshell 7Simple and straightforward visualization of AWS EC2 resource usage data that enables users to understand their AWS usage patterns over the course of 30 days On-demand Instances Consumption Patterns Usage Consumption Patterns by Business unit / activityCloud Heat Maps Reserved Instances Purchase Recommendations Reserved Instances Lifecycle Utilization
  • 8. Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 8 On-demand Workloads: Discovery and Modeling See what compute instances were in use and where for each hour over the course of a month Identify lift and burst trends to see progressions of compute consumption expansion
  • 9. Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 9 On-demand Instance Consumption Patterns• Consistent level of usage for every hour of the past 30 days• Recurring peak hours of usage during the past 30 days• Lift and burst trends over the course of 30 days
  • 10. Confidential Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 10 Newvem’s Utilization Heat Map will help you see your peak vs. low hours and visualize resource usage patternsPeakExample Variable AWS usage on high volume e-commerce site Weekends
  • 11. Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 11 Newvem’s Utilization Heat Map will help you see your Auto Scaling Mechanism in action over the course of last month AutoScaling
  • 12. Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 12 On-demand Workloads: Business Group Segmentation Overall consumption Newvem Business GroupsVolatile deployment active overbusiness hours ‘Always-On’ Production EnvironmentExample: e-Commerce website Example: online education site
  • 13. ConfidentialCloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 13 Sample production environment (consistent usage) All of the resources are used 100% of the time This represents usages that could be moved to a cheaper & consistent cloud solution (i.e. RI or hybrid cloud)
  • 14. Cloud Heat Maps for On-demand Instances 14 On-demand Workloads: Business Model Attribution Clearly visualize and segment underlying layers of EC2 usage by resource groupings that reflect your business (i.e. R&D VS sales, production VS QA, customers, services, etc.)Use “Newvem Business Views” and the “Cloud Heat Map”: to segment compute resources consumed by specific business activities or units Identify consumption patterns for each business groupConsistent level of usage Recurring peak hours of Trends of lifts and bursts for every hour of the usage during the past 30 days during the past 30 days past 30 days
  • 15. Cloud Heat Maps for Reserved Instance 15PurchasesConsistent Workloads –– Discovery and Modeling See what instance types were in use for each hour over the course of 30 days Identify consistent levels of usage for specific compute instance workloads: Instance type – Region/Availability Zone – Platform
  • 16. Cloud Heat Maps for Reserved Instance 16 Purchases Reserved Instance Purchase Recommendations• Identify consistent levels of compute instance workload consumption for every hour of the past 30 days• Study consumption over the course of 30 days and see which workloads can be purchased as fixed capacity – Workload: Instance Type – Region/Availability Zone– Platform – Fixed capacity: Reserved Instances, dedicated servers, hybrid/private clouds
  • 17. Cloud Heat Maps for Reserved Instance Purchases Identify consistent levels of consumption for compute instance workload Consistent levels of consumption Compute instance workloadInstance Type – Location – Platform
  • 18. Cloud Heat Maps for Active Reserved 18InstancesReserved Instances Consumption – Discovery and Modeling See what reserved instances were in use for each hour over the course of a month Identify consistent levels of usage of the reserved capacity
  • 19. Cloud Heat Maps for Active Reserved 19 Instances Reserved Instances Lifecycle Management• Identify levels of reserved instance usage for every hour of the past 30 days• Track usage over the course of a month and see how efficiently reserved instances are utilized – Justify Reserved Instance inventory levels – Identify Reserved Instance underutilized capacity • Workload: Instance Type – Availability Zone/Region – Platform • Move existing workloads to available capacity • Recycle redundant capacity in the marketplace
  • 20. Cloud Heat Maps for Active Reserved Instances Identify levels of Reserved Instance usage – Justify inventory – Uncover waste Reserved Instances inventory Underutilized capacity Reserved Instance workload Instance Type –Region/Availability Zone – Platform
  • 21. Contact: Cameron Peron VP Marketingcameron@newvem.com www.newvem.com US Toll Free (800) 505-9638

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