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17 Mar 2023

AWS Region Expansion

In response to AWS’ continued growth, GorillaStack is pleased to announce our latest support across the seven new geographical locations: Asia Pacific (Hyderabad) Europe (Spain) Middle […]
13 Jul 2021

AWS Savings Plans vs Reserved Instances

Amazon has announced Savings Plans, a pricing and discount plan for EC2 and Fargate. We’ve often thought the Reserved Instance (RI) model to be overly complex. […]
05 Mar 2021

Act on events from any tool that talks to AWS EventBridge

GorillaStack has already made a name for itself for letting users create rules that do one of the following: observe an event in AWS (e.g. an S3 […]
05 Mar 2021

Embrace automatic incident remediation with PagerDuty and GorillaStack

PagerDuty is the first external service we are supporting via AWS EventBridge. PagerDuty is our eyes and ears online, alerting us to incidents as they occur […]
02 Mar 2021

AWS Instance Scheduler Comparison

A lot of organizations come to us for help after they have spent weeks wrestling with AWS Instance scheduler. Other users who have never tried to […]
29 Jan 2021

AWS Config vs CloudTrail

A lot of AWS users and DevOps engineers asked us: What’s the difference between AWS Config and AWS CloudTrail? Why should I choose one over the […]
14 Jan 2021

11 Surefire Ways To Reduce Your EC2 Costs

Using AWS EC2 is almost always cheaper than managing on-premises hardware. But those EC2 costs can still stack up, and every dollar counts. Here are 11 […]
07 Sep 2020

Tag Group Search for AWS and Azure Resources

Tags are one of the keys to managing AWS and Azure resources well, which is why GorillaStack supports tag targeting of resources with Tag Groups. We […]
01 May 2020

GorillaStack has a new Slack App

For the tech worker in 2020, corporate chat is where facts are filtered and decisions are made — fast. People and machines share insights in real […]
24 Mar 2020

Delete AMI snapshots when deleting images

Just like the crumbs left behind when eating cookies, it is an unfortunate reality of life (with AWS at least) that many of your snapshots (so […]