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Jun 3, 2019

Optimize Your Cloud Native Infrastructure with [Audio Presentation] - Dzone

As the infrastructures supporting our increasingly complex applications abstracts further away from where we can obsessively poke into the inner workings, the inefficiency of our applications also increases.

Applications running inside Docker containers, running inside an orchestrator, on a virtual machine, hosted on a server in a data center somewhere in the world. Multiply that by all the components of your application stack, and you can start to see where the potential for inefficiencies sneak in.

I spoke with the three founders of who aim to help you identify these inefficiencies at every level of a stack, from discrete hardware components all the way up to a holistic picture of your overall architecture. The company claims to help you save up to 30% of your inefficiencies, and thus potentially save millions a year on your infrastructure costs. You can use the service through a visual dashboard, a CLI tool, or a REST API that you can connect to your own existing logging and visualization platforms.

Listen to the entire interview here.

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Replex ( is the only cloud cost management and governance platform purpose built for cloud-native infrastructure. With Replex, enterprises are able to regain control, governance, and predictability over cloud costs for the complete spectrum of IT infrastructure, from on-premises and VMs to multi-cloud and Kubernetes-based architectures. Replex has raised $4.15 million in seed investment by Entrepreneurs Investment Fund, eValue, and EnBW New Ventures, High-Tech Gruenderfonds (HTGF) and Technologiegruenderfonds Sachsen (TGFS). Founded in 2016, Replex is based in San Francisco, CA and Leipzig, Germany. To learn more, visit