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How do I reduce my AWS bill?
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I want to reduce my AWS bill. What are the different cost saving options available?
You can use a variety of tools and approaches to analyze and optimize the costs of your AWS resources. You can choose the cost optimization techniques that are appropriate for your business and workload.
Analyze your costs
Use Cost Explorer to view, analyze, and forecast your spending and usage free of charge. Cost Explorer provides historical data, current month cost data, and forecasts for the next three months.
If you're using the S3 Standard storage class and have infrequently accessed objects, then enable S3 Intelligent-Tiering for automatic cost optimization. You can choose S3 Intelligent-Tiering when you upload your objects to Amazon S3. Then, add the appropriate Lifecycle configuration to move your objects to S3 Intelligent-Tiering.
Use Amazon EC2 Spot Instances for your stateless, fault-tolerant, or flexible applications, such as containerized workloads, to reduce your operating costs. For more information, see Spot Instances.
When EC2 instances are terminated, the attached Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes aren't automatically deleted. Find the unattached EBS volumes that you no longer need. Then, you can delete them after optionally creating an EBS snapshot. For more information, see Why am I being charged for Amazon EBS when all my instances are stopped? Important: The data in the EBS volume is lost on deletion, and the volume can't be attached to any instance.