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Modern Software Podcast: How Education Elements Used New Relic to Slash Its Cloud Costs
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By: Fredric Paul on April 20th, 2017

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Modern Software Podcast: How Education Elements Used New Relic to Slash Its Cloud Costs

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The cloud offers big benefits to companies of all sizes. But to maximize the value and power of the cloud, you need to know how well it’s performing for you. That’s what Education Elements found out when the personalized learning company installed New Relic to monitor its use of Amazon Web Services.

According to Education Elements CTO Arthur Svider, with the help of New Relic APM, his company was able to save as much as 35% of its monthly cloud costs while serving 20 times as many users!

This inspiring revelation comes in the latest episode of the New Relic Modern Software Podcast, which features an interview with Svider and COO Amy Jenkins (time code 20:26). Listen to find out how Education Elements is leveraging technology to enable personalized learning in school districts around the country, and how New Relic is helping them do it much more efficiently and reliably...


This article originally appeared on New Relic. Read the full article here.


About Fredric Paul

Fredric Paul (aka The Freditor) is Editor in Chief for New Relic. He's an award-winning writer, editor, and content strategist who has held senior editorial positions at ReadWrite, AllBusiness.com, InformationWeek, CNET, Electronic Entertainment, PC World, and PC|Computing. His writing has appeared in MIT Technology Review, Omni, Conde Nast Traveler, and Newsweek, among other places.

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