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Invoke Azure Functions

Joel Spira | Tue July 21 2020

As part of our focus on improving our support for the Azure platform in GorillaStack, we are proud to announce our Invoke Azure Functions Action in our Rules Engine. GorillaStack users managing AWS infrastructure have been leveraging our Invoke Named Lambda Functions and Invoke Tagged Lambda…
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Delete Detached Disks on Azure with GorillaStack

Steven Noble | Tue July 21 2020

There is a reason you manage disks and virtual machines separately in Azure: flexibility. It means you can attach more than one disk to a virtual machine. It means you can detach a disk from a virtual machine, and later attach it to another. It also means you can accidentally create detached disks…

Pause and resume Azure data warehouses

Steven Noble | Wed Jul 01 2020

Here at GorillaStack, our suite of actions for Azure continues to grow rapidly. The latest sweet treats are a pair of actions for pausing (stopping) and resuming (starting) your Azure SQL data warehouses.
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Update Azure Cosmos DB table throughput

Steven Noble | Thu Jun 25 2020

We are moving quickly to expand support for Azure on GorillaStack, so all the features you know and love will be available to you across Azure and AWS alike. The next horse out the gate is support for updating the throughput on Cosmos DB tables. The process couldn’t be more simple. Just apply tags…
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GorillaStack now supports Microsoft Teams

Steven Noble | Wed June 17 2020

As remote work and corporate chat rocket into the mainstream, Microsoft Teams is suddenly everywhere you look. And so it is with GorillaStack, where we now support Microsoft Teams as a full client you can use to monitor and manage your cloud resources, whether they’re on Azure or AWS. Connect your…
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GorillaStack has a new Slack App

Joel Spira & Steven Noble | Fri May 01 2020

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 time, and teams come together to work as one. Knowing this, we have long connected our GorillaStack platform to Slack, helping our customers to better…

Delete snapshots when deleting images

Elliott Spira | Tue Mar 24 2020

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 beautifully titled “Created by CreateImage...”) are infact leftovers from an AMI that has since been deleted. This could always be addressed after running…

More filtering options for deleting images

Elliott Spira | Wed Mar 18 2020

It is really hard to know which AMIs can actually be deleted in your environment. Of course, you don’t want to delete anything that is in use, or could be in use based on your existing configuration. We’ve added some filtering to our Delete Images action such that you can now filter AMIs for…
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