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GorillaStack Rules Engine is in Beta

Elliott Spira | Mon, 14 Aug 2017

Big news today, we have put our new version GorillaStack into public beta. Version 1 of our product was the founder product, focused on instance cycling and cost savings exclusively. Version 2 of our product is truly the customer product. From all the incredible feedback of the many "friends of…

How Citrix leveraged GorillaStack Rules Engine to save 63% on their public cloud bill

Stefan Knight | Tue, 08 Aug 2017

GoToMeeting has long been a business unit of Citrix, the company best known for remote network connectivity. GoToMeeting is a web-hosted service for online meeting, desktop sharing, and video conferencing. The platform enables the user to meet with other computer users, customers, clients or…

AWS EBS Snapshots Cost Allocation And Automation

Oliver Berger | Mon, 10 Jul 2017

We wanted to take a quick time out to discuss the new cost allocation functionality for AWS Elastic Block Store (EBS) snapshots and how GorillaStack complements the service in an intelligent fashion. What Is Amazon Elastic Block Store? You’re probably already aware, but here’s a pithy summation for…

AWS X-Ray General Availability Comes Complete with Lambda Integration

Oliver Berger | Fri, 12 May 2017

First debuted in preview form at re:Invent last year, X-Ray is set to increase efficiencies that can simplify troubleshooting, speed up development time, and thus ultimately contribute to cost savings for you and your company. AWS X-Ray is a software service for application tracing, that was first…
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GorillaStack AWS CloudTrail Listener For Slack Goes Public

Oliver Berger | Wed, 19 Apr 2017

The GorillaStack team are excited to announce the release of our highly requested AWS CloudTrail Slackbot. What started out as an internal project, designed to make tracking CloudTrail events more manageable (you can read more about our initial AWS Slack integration here), is now officially…

Building a Serverless Slack bot using AWS Lambda, cautiously...

Oliver Berger | Tue, 11 Apr 2017

When scuba diving, a diver has releases on their equipment such that in cases where no alternatives are available, they can ditch heavy gear and swim for the surface. I liken this to the approach teams take to building software, where the diver is the business logic and the equipment is the…

Secure your Serverless project's endpoints with AWS Certificate Manager

Michael Black | Fri, 24 Mar 2017

Here at GorillaStack we've been using LetsEncrypt to issue SSL certificates for custom domains on AWS's API Gateway for all our Serverless projects. While we love this service, securing a custom domain for API Gateway required a time consuming, manual process to be repeated every time a certificate…

AWS Organizations Moves to General Availability - Aids in Cost Management

Oliver Berger | Wed, 22 Mar 2017

Late last month, Amazon graduated AWS Organizations from “preview” status to widespread availability. AWS Organizations caters to individuals and businesses managing multiple AWS accounts, often as a result of company acquisitions or the decentralized, gradual adoption of web services across…
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