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Thursday December 14th
We are excited to share the latest release in ParkMyCloud: animated heat map displays. This builds on our previous release of static heat maps displaying AWS EC2 instance utilization metrics from CloudWatch. Now, this utilization data is animated to help you better identify usage patterns over time and create automated parking schedules.
Tuesday December 12th
DevOps cloud cost optimization… is there such a thing? After all, if you’re concerned with your software’s development and operations, you want to make sure things work and work quickly. In dozens of companies we’ve spoken with, infrastructure cost is an afterthought. Until it’s not. Here’s what happens: someone in Finance, or the CTO, or…
Friday December 8th
AWS re:Invent announcements were in full swing at the conference last week. In addition to all the sessions, workshops, pub crawl, DJ-spinning and all sorts of educational experiences and entertainment options, the technology announcements are really what drive the buzzl. While it’s impossible to cover them all, we picked three big announcements from this year’s AWS re:Invent that will certainly be game-changers
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.
Discover and manage all your resources on a single page, across cloud providers.
Just click the schedule to automatically “Park” (stop) and start resources based on your working hours.
Tuesday November 14th
Analyst 451 Research has released a new report on ParkMyCloud, highlighting that “ParkMyCloud continues to build out its multi-cloud scheduling software, maintaining the clean interface but adding functionality with a reporting dashboard, single sign-on and notifications, including a Slackbot for automated parking.” It’s true! We’ve been steadily adding features to ParkMyCloud as our customers ask…
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’.