ParkMyCloud :Updates to Reporting and Snooze

ParkMyCloud Release Notes: Updates to Reporting and Snooze

Over the weekend, we pushed out a new release of ParkMyCloud, with new features focusing on reporting and snooze support. Updates made in this release include:
  • Upgraded reporting, including 4 new reports: detailed costs by instance, cost summary by team, cost summary by credential, and roster of team members by team and by role. These reports can be pulled for any date range you select:
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  • Updated the Dashboard, which now shows how much time is left on the snooze period for snoozed instances. The time remaining will display both on the parking menu and in a tooltip, as shown below:

snoozeremaining

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  • There is a new default parking schedule called “Always Parked – Snooze to Use Instances”. Several of our customers are successfully using this “always parked” strategy to achieve maximum savings on their non-production instances.
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We also did some very important behind the scenes work to streamline the DevOps process and improve database development.

Coming soon: the ability to park Auto Scaling groups!

As always, we welcome your feedback. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions for the future, please let us know in the comments below.


About Dale Wickizer

Dale brings over 30 years of technology and engineering experience to his role as co-founder and Chief Technology Office (CTO) at ParkMyCloud. After experiencing the problem of growing cloud spend first-hand, and discovering that there was no simple way to solve it, Dale teamed up with co-founder Jay Chapel to create ParkMyCloud to solve the problem of cloud waste.

Before founding ParkMyCloud, Dale was the CTO of the U.S. Public Sector at NetApp, Inc. where he set the future technology and product direction and managed key customer relationships. Prior to NetApp, Dale was an Associate Partner and IT Infrastructure Architect at Accenture, where he helped large enterprises plan and execute IT transformations, data center consolidations, and application deployments. Dale holds both a Bachelor’s and a Masters Degree in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology. He and his wife, Barbara, reside in Springfield, VA.

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