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AWS Secrets Manager Makes Security Simpler

A few weeks ago, Amazon released their AWS Secrets Manager for public use. This is a very welcome announcement. Despite the fact that everyone knows security and encryption are important in cloud applications and infrastructure, simple security measures are often...

How to Choose a CI/CD Tool: Cost Scaling, Languages, and Platforms, and More

In a previous post, we looked the factors you should consider when choosing between a SaaS CI/CD tool vs. a self-hosted CI/CD solution. In this post, we will take a look at a number of other factors that should be considered when evaluating a SaaS CI/CD tool to determine if it’s the right fit for your organization, including cost scalability and language/platform support.

6 Cost-Saving Cloud API Integrations

One common thing I hear from people evaluating tools for individual/team use is the need for a multitude of service and cloud API integrations available. At ParkMyCloud, we have the same mindset, which is why we’ve recently published a whole list of API endpoints that...

Announcing SmartParking for Microsoft Azure: Automated On/Off Schedules Based on Azure Monitor Data

Here’s how it works: ParkMyCloud analyzes your Azure Monitor data to find patterns in the usage for each of your virtual machines (VMs). Based on those patterns, ParkMyCloud creates recommended on/off schedules for each VM to turn them off when they are idle. This maximizes your savings by ensuring that no VM is running when it’s not needed — while also saving you the time and frustration of trying to figure out when your colleagues need their resources running.

How to Decide Between a CI/CD SaaS Tool vs. Self Hosted

You may find yourself deciding whether to choose a CI/CD SaaS tool, or a self-hosted option. The continuous integration/continuous delivery platform market has grown over the last several years as DevOps becomes more mainstream, and now encompasses a huge variety of tools, each with their own flavor. While it’s great to have choices, it means that choosing the right tool can be a difficult decision. There are several factors to consider when choosing the right fit, including hosting, cost, scalability, and integration support.

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