Yes, DevOps is all about continuous delivery at speed. But at any cost?
Here’s the case for Continuous Cost Control.
Thursday August 17th
We’re happy to introduce ParkMyCloud’s new reporting dashboard! There’s now easy to access reports that provide greater insight into information regarding cloud costs, team rosters, and more. Details on this update can be found in our support portal Dashboard Details Now, when you click Reports in the left navigational panel, instead of getting the option…
Tuesday August 15th
Traditional systems administration of servers, applications, and databases used to be a little simpler when it came to choices and costs. For a long time, there was no other choice than to hook up a physical server, put on your desired OS, and install the database or application software that you needed. Eventually, you could…
Thursday August 10th
We chatted with Ryan Alexander, DevOps Engineer at Decision Resources Group (DRG) about his company’s use of AWS and how they automate cloud cost savings. Below is a transcript of our conversion. Hi Ryan, thanks for speaking with us. To start out, can you please describe what your company does? Decision Resources Group offers market…
Think of ParkMyCloud as a programmable on/off switch for your AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud resources – it simply turns them off when you do not need them.
Create a ParkMyCloud account – no credit card required – and connect to your cloud provider.
See all of your resources on a single page.
Just click the schedule to automatically “Park” (stop) and start resources based on your working hours.
Wednesday July 5th
New on ParkMyCloud: you can now receive notifications about your environment and ParkMyCloud account via email as well as Slack and other webhooks. We’re happy to deliver this user-requested feature, and look forward to an improved user experience. The notifications are divided into system-level notifications and user-level notifications, as outlined below. Administrators: Configure Notifications of…
Tuesday June 20th
We’re happy to share that you can now park AWS RDS instances with ParkMyCloud! AWS just recently released the ability to start and stop RDS instances. Now, with ParkMyCloud, you can automate RDS start/stop on a schedule, so your databases used for development, testing, and other important resources can be ‘parked’.
Tuesday June 6th
We’re excited to announce that ParkMyCloud now supports Google Cloud Platform! With ParkMyCloud, you can automate on/off scheduling to ensure your resources are only running when you actually need them. If you use multiple public cloud providers, you can manage them together on a single dashboard.