A multitude of hidden costs
When calculating the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of IT infrastructure, a lot of things are often overlooked. In addition to the direct costs, there are numerous indirect costs. Think of it as the tip of the iceberg. If you make a TCO calculation of your current situation, it is important that you take both costs into account. Think of electricity, cooling, housing, licenses, backup, personnel, security, compliance and insurance.
Denit will do the TCO calculations for your new (hybrid) cloud infrastructure. You can easily compare it with the TCO of your current situation. And of course we are happy to support you in the process.
How do we calculate the TCO?
Denit works with a framework for the development of the TCO. This framework provides a realistic expectation of the costs for now and in the future. In addition, we provide proactive advice on possible cost optimizations.
We have a multi-client strategy and always work out the right cloud strategy for you, depending on the situation and the workload. We apply a fixed all-in fee for managed services and also charge a fixed price per month for our Denit Cloud. Without variable costs for data traffic, for example. If a public cloud is part of your cloud strategy, we will provide real-time visibility into usage, so you will not be surprised by high costs.
Whether it is a single cloud environment or a mix of different clouds, we will take care of the hassle (and management) for you.
The Iceberg Principle: hidden costs – the percentages are just an example.