FinOps is a word that comes from Cloud Financial Management. It’s about the financial responsibility regarding the Cloud’s variable costs and its relationship with multidisciplinary teams. 

In a nutshell, FinOps enables discussions about pace, costs, and quality between several teams. Companies need to put some effort into understanding Cloud costs. Analyzing costs by Product, Application, Service or teams makes things clearer.

It might be important to Refactor or Replatform applications in order to optimize costs, so awareness of the problem and its business implications is a must.



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