route53 action tutorial
Posted on Nov 6
Today, Route53 released a new update for Private DNS within Amazon VPC.
Many users already tried this feature. You can use this feature as a Cloud Automator action like a public Hosted Zone.
This private DNS feature provides many use cases such as...Read More
Posted on Oct 30
Today, we would like to introduce a IAM policy sample for using Cloud Automator.
We have heard that many users want to use Cloud Automator, but don't want to give full access to AWS resources and services.
Posted on Oct 28
Today, we released a new feature for Cloud Automator!
Cloud Automator's action success condition had been based on the return of an AWS API request.
However, for actions like for starting EC2 instance, the action takes time to return even if it was...
Posted on Sep 30
Today, we released a small (but new!) feature for the SQS trigger.
If an SQS queue is deleted for some reason, Cloud Automator will send a notification like the below.
The details page shows the error for SQS existance.
If you have any questions...Read More
Posted on Sep 11
Today, we would like to introduce the HTTP and SQS trigger.
When you use AWS for your system, it is very important to understand Design For Failure
for preparing for any kind of system failure.
For example, you may receive an instance retirement notification...Read More
release route53 action tutorial
Posted on Sep 8
Today, we released a new action for Cloud Automator!
You can now use the Route 53 action on Cloud Automator to automate updating records by a trigger.
After selecting a trigger, select "Update record on Route53" from the action pulldown...Read More
Posted on Aug 22
We always try to make Cloud Automator easy to use such that you don't need to read a manual, but we would like to introduce how to create a job as a first step to get you started even faster.
The basic concept of a job is the combination of a Trigger...
http trigger release
Posted on Aug 4
Today, we released the HTTP trigger for Cloud Automator.
This trigger is mainly targeted to connect 3rd parties applications like the SQS trigger.
The special use case for this trigger is to execute a job easily whenever an HTTP request is sent....Read More
sqs trigger tutorial
Posted on Jul 31
Today, we would like to introduce how to connect SQS with AWS CLI(AWS Command Interface).
(You can also use the Management Console to send SQS messages. See this blog
Take a look at the AWS CLI page to learn how to install it on your platform.
sqs trigger tutorial
Posted on Jul 28
Today, we would like to introduce the SQS trigger on Cloud Automator.
SQS is a service provided by AWS, and it is the first service AWS released to the public (WOW)
If you are interested in learning more about SQS, please see the amazon website.