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ABC Company

Prepared for:

Mark Smith



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This section of the report details the % savings CloudFix was able to find. Remember, the more accounts you plug in, the more savings you receive.

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This section shows how much you can save based on approved AWS-recommended changes that cause no downtime and no performance degradation.

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Depending on the accounts you’ve connected to CloudFix, it’s possible to save this much on your AWS bill. We recommend customers connect both their Resource AND Billing accounts to see savings across both types of accounts.

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AWS issues 2,500 releases per year.

Imagine your future savings if today CloudFix saved you:


$518,874.00 in savings per year: CloudFix was able to save them $243,000.66 across their accounts. The ROI relative to the cost of CloudFix is – -%.

Today’s savings due to CloudFix

Relative to your overall AWS spend across all of your AWS instances,

your savings opportunities are much greater.


Estimated overall AWS spend

CloudFix builds cost optimization in tandem with the future of the cloud and AWS. By applying straight extrapolation of the saving identified to date, CloudFix could, with minimal effort, reduce your annual AWS bill by:


Annual AWS savings

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The assessment will provide two examples of Fixers based on your spend and resource allocation. Should you decide to take this AWS-recommended fix, you will immediately save this much money. The customer in this report saved $56,314 by converting from gp2 to gp3. CloudFix will help you save 10-25% on the most common AWS hygiene issues, allowing you to allocate to instances that require more resources.

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What does this fixer do?

Converts GP2 storage volumes to GP3


GP3 volumes are cheaper and offer higher maximum throughput rates while maintaining the same high levels of durability and availability.

Is it safe?

This is an AWS recommended change.

  1. Long term GP2 volumes (>2 weeks of existence)
  2. Peak IOPS <3K and Peak through put <125 MB/s to avoid performance degradation
  3. Only elastic volumes, where no downtime is required

Can it be reverted?

Manual rollback on your AWS account is possible

What does this fixer do?

Transitions infrequently accessed objects in S3 to less expensive access tiers.

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AWS S3 defaults to the most expensive “standard” storage class for all new objects, assuming frequent access. However, most data stored in the standard tier is almost never accessed, and can easily move to the infrequent access tier.

S3 Intelligent-Tiering (SIT) automatically optimizes S3 storage costs by transitioning infrequently accessed objects to less expensive access tiers.

Is it safe?

Transitioning data between tiers does not affect availability and is completely safe. This fix doesn’t not involve any downtime or performance drop compared to standard.

Can it be reverted?

Manual rollback on your AWS account is possible