Cloud Optimization

Cost savings and performance improvement with an appropriate Cloud optimization strategy

Cloud Optimization: challenges of migrating to the cloud

You will no doubt face significant challenges when migrating to the cloud.

The need to improve technology infrastructure performance shows the increase in costs derived from failed cloud projects, which initially had precisely the opposite objective; reduce costs and increase efficiency. Among challenges of migrating to the Cloud are:

  • Highly complex environment
  • Cost overruns in services resulting from processing unexpected peaks
  • Shortage of specialised professionals and high cost
  • Underestimation of costs associated with migration and operation in the cloud
  • Unforeseen expenses (data transfer, additional infrastructure, increased demand on resources)
  • Lack of control and optimisation of resources

Finally, a lack of planning and monitoring of cost management can lead to an uncontrolled growth in cloud expenses. That’s where our cloud optimization services can help you.

Cloud costs savings

To take control of your cloud system, you need to conduct a thorough analysis of the costs involved and consider potential scenarios and contingencies.

Issues such as the underutilisation of resources, the choice of inappropriate instances or services, a lack of monitoring and adjustment of workload can cause companies to incur unnecessary expenses.
Without a clear strategy, you cannot take advantage of long-term usage discounts or negotiate favourable deals with suppliers. Again, this results in an unnecessary increase in costs.
At Orizon we offer Cloud optimization solutions, with a FinOps support service to control and adjust the spending derived from the cloud infrastructure, whether in AWS, Azure or GCP.

Cloud Optimization

Orizon offers Cloud Optimization services, based on the FinOps methodology, supported on our BOA platform and based on:

Costs control

Establishing practices and policies to control and reduce expenses in the cloud. This involves constantly monitoring costs, classifying them correctly, identifying areas for improvement and optimising the use of resources to avoid unnecessary costs.

Encourage collaboration

Implementing a continuous improvement approach to cost management, constantly evaluating FinOps practices, seeking communication between the IT, finance and operations teams to align business targets with cloud investments, to set budgets, define key metrics and evaluate the return on investment (ROI).

Efficiency and scalability

Seeking opportunities to use cloud resources efficiently, adapting the IT infrastructure according to changing business needs and avoiding underutilised resources.


Observability in the cloud means gaining a complete, real-time visibility of systems, services and applications. This includes monitoring and recording metrics, as well as the ability to detect and fix performance and availability issues efficiently. All supported by our BOA tool.

Benefits of Cloud optimization with Orizon

Our cloud optimisation service, implementing FinOps, offers you significant cost-saving posibilities.


Cost optimisation

Establishing cost control and monitoring practices can generate significant savings: between 20% and 30% on your cloud infrastructure budget.


Improved performance

Companies can improve the utilisation of cloud resources and avoid the under-utilisation or over-provisioning of resources. Optimizing resources can generate savings of 10-20% in cloud-related operating costs.


Transparency and informed decision-making

Implementing FinOps provides greater visibility and transparency about cloud costs, making it easier to make informed decisions about investments and budgets. By making data-driven decisions, companies can avoid unnecessary expenses and allocate resources more efficiently.

Why Orizon?

Our efficiency standard presents a differential model that, beyond detecting errors or inefficiencies, provides solutions and recommendations to achieve total efficiency.


Our tool.

BOA goes beyond the concept of monitoring or observability, as it offers global visibility, the detection of performance improvement opportunities, resolution and the measurement of any technology infrastructure in production. All of this through significant KPIs for the business associated with both cost and service.


Our methodology.

DevPerOps is a non-intrusive and independent correction and management methodology, which is built into your organisation’s life cycle, adding the performance layer that DevOps needed.