New: Customize your GorillaStack Cross-Account Role

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If you’ve recently signed up or added any new accounts recently, you may have noticed some changes to the account setup process. These changes have been pushed out over the past month or so, but today we released the most useful of these: you can now customize the cross-account role that is installed in your AWS Account. This change lets … Read More

Keep Your Cloud Infrastructure Organised With Dynamic Tags

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Here at GorillaStack, we know that strategic tagging is one of the keys to awesome infrastructure management in the cloud. Intelligent tags make everything easier, from allocating costs to debugging CloudFormation templates to optimising your spend. That is why we have always encouraged our devops heroes to use tags to decide which resources are targeted by their GorillaStack rules, and … Read More

Release Disassociated Elastic IPs

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Elastic IPs have some pretty tricky pricing. While they are meant to be free, you will be charged if any of the following conditions are true: EIP is not associated with an instance Instance associated with the EIP is not running The instance associated with the EIP only has more than one EIP address attached to it Sometimes Elastic IPs … Read More

REST API is GA

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Finally! Our REST API is generally available! Now, users will be able to use our REST API to manage their Rules and Tag Groups. Check out the API Overview in our docs to see how you can get started. We’re exited! Platform API, Events API? Get in touch and tell us which API you want next!

Microsoft Azure Support

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For quite a while, customers running a multi-cloud environment and other prospects running strictly in Microsoft Azure have been asking us to extend GorillaStack to support this cloud vendor. We’re happy to announce that our private beta of Microsoft-Azure support has gone live. We are currently supporting the following triggers: Schedule Webhook Manual Run only And the following actions: Deallocate … Read More

Sequence Multiple Actions With One Rule

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You could only run one Action in a Rule. Until now. One Rule can now contain a sequence of multiple actions! Additionally we are announcing that a user can add new Pause stages into the sequence of actions. What is a Pause stage? Place a pause into a sequence of actions to either postpone actions and/or introduce extra conditions before … Read More

Subscribe to Rule Execution logs

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You can now subscribe to Successful, Partially Successful and/or Failed Rule Action executions. How to Access Notifications for Rule Executions Navigate to _Team Settings (via the team context dropdown)_ From Team Settings select Event Notifications from the side menu Click Add A Notification Configuration Select which event types and event statuses you wish to subscribe to, and configure which channels … Read More

Cron option for Scheduling

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Our scheduling capabilities are very popular with customers. Being able to leverage our multi-timezone support, notifications and options to snooze and cancel have always been key features. However, customers have wanted to be able to create scheduled actions that don’t necessarily occur at a daily or weekly level. Sometimes customers wanted to run something on the first Wednesday of the … Read More

Subscribe to “Successful”, “Partially Successful” and/or “Failed” Events

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Our event log has been a great place to see: Audit history of your GorillaStack configurations The history of your Rule Executions and a contemporaneous record of which resources were affected Erroneous account setup and items that require your attention However, we noticed that our binary state of succeeded and failed was not always communicating the whole picture. Consider the … Read More

Notification Format Improvements

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One of the benefits of our scheduler, is the ability to deliver notifications about upcoming events, with snooze/cancel options and a list of targeted resources. One of the drawbacks up until this point, was that often these messages would become long, unruly and quite hideous… Until now! One of our best design minds has comprehensively simplified our notification messages and … Read More