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Your answer to a $1T paradox

Cloud Cost Optimization


Improving margins is a matter of survival.

“Organizations with little or no cloud cost optimization plans rush into cloud technology investments. They end up overspending on cloud services by up to 70% without deriving the expected value from it,”

– Gartner, Realize Cost Savings After Migrating to the Cloud, Finance Research Team, April 28, 2021.


Faster Code = Less Compute

Improve throughput by up to 2X or more while maintaining service level expectations and improve code execution speed by up to 20%-50% or more, without changing a line of code.


Optimize Cloud Resources

Leverage the elasticity of the cloud to offload the heavy work of compilation from client JVMs to a scalable, dedicated Cloud Native Compiler service that allows customers to serve the same load with smaller client servers.


Cut Infrastructure Costs In Half

Slash capital expenses for servers by as much as 50%, cut operating expenses for cloud services, and drive continuous value.

Solving the Trillion-Dollar Cloud Paradox

Azul CEO Scott Sellers visits the Modern CTO podcast to discuss how cloud costs are weighing down $1 trillion of market cap, and some tactics for mitigating those costs.

Your Cloud Journey

Hear Scott Sellers speak at the HMG CIOs of America forum about the challenges facing IT and operations leaders, as well as solutions for optimizing cloud costs.

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Firsthand Accounts from Java Heroes

Learn how advertising innovator Taboola reduced front-end servers by 30+% and database servers by 50%, saving millions of dollars in hardware and hosting costs.

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Forrester Total Economic Impact Report

Read an in-depth assessment based on verifiable customer data showing how Azul Platform Prime produces a 224% ROI and millions of dollars in cost savings.

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Azul powers the modern cloud enterprise.

Azul delivers the turbocharged performance you need to handle the scale of Java-based big data while actually reducing your infrastructure requirements.