Cloud pricing models include two forms of cloud adoption these days: one, the use of SaaS applications to handle all kinds of enterprise tasks, which increasingly includes business-critical tasks. Second, cloud adoption involves moving some or all of an infrastructure to a public cloud provider. In either case, calculating pricing and costs is radically different than it was with legacy IT infrastructure.
Read this guide to learn how to master the cloud pricing model. Discover:
- Which pricing details matter most to your organization
- How to forecast for future SaaS and cloud usage so you don't go over budget
- Negotiation skills for ensuring a strong SLA