Some points I made about the importance of good code hosted on the cloud were published on Cloud Pro.
One area that Joe Gardiner, head of product at cloud hosting firm Catn, believes is overlooked is the quality of code used in cloud applications
“Let’s face it – good code is better than poor code – especially if that poor code means you are using much more public cloud capacity than you actually need,” he says. “A good project manager should have regular “sanity check” milestones that should highlight whether there is a way to optimise the resource requirements of an application.
Taken from the article Cloud costs – making sure a move to public IaaS isn’t a financial drain on Cloud Pro.