Yes, DevOps is all about continuous delivery at speed. But at any cost?
Here’s the case for Continuous Cost Control.
Friday July 21st
We sat down with Brian Park from Real Time Cases to talk to him about his company, how he uses AWS, and AWS free credits. We found out that the AWS startup package is a crucial part of making his business run.
Tuesday July 18th
What do people say when they evaluate and implement a cloud cost management tool? Are they concerned with automation? Projected savings? Or are they interested in the ease of access of the product? An experience that I had when I started with ParkMyCloud shed some light on these questions for me.
Thursday July 13th
Back in May 2017 I wrote a very popular blog about Cutting through the AWS and Azure Cloud Pricing Confusion. Since ParkMyCloud also provides cost control for Google Cloud Platform (GCP) resources, I thought it might be useful to compare AWS vs Google Cloud pricing. An addition I will take a look at the terminology,…
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.