Create EBS Snapshots Action

Oliver BergerChangelog0 Comments

You have spoken and we have listened. Today we closed the loop on EBS lifecycle management, supplementing on our existing capabilities around cleaning up snapshots, AMIs and deleting detached volumes with our new Create Snapshot action. Now users can use this action to create snapshot from any volume, as well as secondarily, copy tags from the volume and/or the instance … Read More

AWS EBS Snapshots Cost Allocation And Automation

Oliver BergerTools0 Comments

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 you: Amazon EBS is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) block storage system … Read More

Scheduled AWS – DevOps Automation

Oliver BergerBill Optimisation, Tools0 Comments

At GorillaStack we often get asked about our inspiration for building our product and what drives us to keep releasing featured designed to help DevOps automate and schedule their cloud services. Frankly, we exist to help simplify the day to day task of the DevOps engineer and his workload. Schedule EC2s One of the primary requests we had when we … Read More

You’re throwing away money on EBS

Chris FullerBill Optimisation, Tools0 Comments

How many detached EBS volumes do you have in your AWS accounts? How many unnecessary EBS snapshots are you paying for? You can save money by deleting any detached EBS volumes and deleting old EBS snapshots that you no longer require. “You will be charged for the IOPS provisioned on a volume even when the volume is detached from an … Read More