Deep dive workshop Cost Management

Do you want more insight and save costs on your cloud usage? In this workshop, we teach you how you can save on your monthly azure invoices. 

Is your organization working more toward an Infrastructure, Platform, or Software-as-a-Service environment? This is when managing and budgeting your cloud costs becomes increasingly important. Unfortunately, Public Clouds such as Microsoft Azure generate extensive Excel lists that are sometimes difficult to understand. Several tools have been created to keep a grip on your Azure costs; they all claim to be the holy grail. So how do you choose which tool works best for your organization, and how can you manage budgets and reduce costs?

In this workshop, you'll gain more insight into the structure of your cloud costs and learn how to save on your monthly Azure bill.

Difficulty level: beginner
Language: English
Duration: 1 hour
Cost: free

“As our organization was growing, it became increasingly difficult to keep track of our cloud costs. After this workshop, we went back to the drawing board. We have since refined our cloud strategy and implemented a number of cost-saving tips. Our financial overviews are much clearer, and our cloud costs have gone down. Thank you, Intercept!”
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For whom is this session?

This workshop is suitable for everyone. Whether you've been working with Azure for years, or are just curious how Azure cost management works. This session will cover all the basics of Azure Cost Management, and give you practical tips that you can get started with right away.

More information

We teach the workshops both digitally and on location. Check out the upcoming dates on the right and register for free! We will send more information after registration. Do you have any questions about the workshop? Feel free to contact us. Hopefully we'll see you soon!


Jack van Ommen

Jack van Ommen

Sales & Marketing lead at Intercept


  • Cost Management
  • Azure Fundamentals

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13 June 2023 15:00 - 16:30
Microsoft Teams


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