Join Newvem At AWS Re:Invent in Las Vegas
Newvem is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting as a Gold Sponsor at AWS Re:Invent this November 27-29th in Las Vegas. We’re very excited to put on a great showing – as you would expect from Newvem – as well host a special breakout session entitled “Hitting Your Cloud Usage Sweet Spot”.
Newvem enables CTOs, IT managers, and DevOps to profit from the cloud by syncing cloud deployment with business performance. Our cloud usage analytics service, Newvem Analytics analyzes AWS cloud behavior, reveals insights related to costs, assets, and risks, and recommends solutions to manage your AWS cloud more efficiently and effectively.
Hang Out with The Newvem Team. Visit the Newvem team at booth #407. Our staff, customers, and friends will be there to share how Newvem Analytics can help you profit from the cloud by helping you to sync your cloud infrastructure with business demand. We’ll also have really cool goodies for you too :)
Announcements. We’ll be making several exciting and ground breaking announcements at the event. Stop by our booth and find out more!
Breakout Session. As a Gold Sponsor and Amazon Partner, we’ll be hosting a special breakout session on Wednesday at 3:25PM entitled Hitting Your AWS Usage Sweetspot. This is no ordinary lecture. We’ve put together a panel of All-Star AWS experts and heavy users who will share their experiences and insights on how usage analytics has helped to improve their proficiency and efficiency of AWS services. Book advanced registration to attend the panel on .
[Newvem analytics tracks you AWS cloud utilization:
- Hourly Utilization Pattern Analysis
- Reserved Instances Decision Tool
- Resource Resizing Opportunities
Cameron Peron is VP Marketing at Newvem. Prior to this, he led the go to market strategy and execution behind several successful startups, including BIScience and Matomy Media. Contact him: email@example.com or on twitter: @cameronperon
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