Schedule Servers to Stop and Start
Schedule Amazon EC2 and RDS resources to automatically stop/start when required
With CloudRanger automated server runtime scheduling features, users can easily configure custom start and stop schedules for their Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS and Auto-Scaling group resources. The solution has an easy-to-use interface, that allows you to plan weekly schedules and can help reduce operational costs for non-production environments. Customers who use our solution to run servers during usual business hours can save up to 70% compared to running those servers 24/7.
CloudRanger simplifies and reduces costs associated with the complexity of data lifecycle management for AWS services, all through a single control panel. Find out more about our protection features for AWS Services and download our datasheet.
Simply drag and drop, to create your custom schedules.
CloudRanger offers efficient scheduling for your Amazon EC2 and RDS servers, saving your team time, money and the hassle of managing scripts or performing manual tasks. Automate scheduled stop, start, hibernate and reboot actions through our easy to use interface and reduce your costs by scheduling your Amazon EC2 and RDS resources to stop when they are not needed 24/7.
CloudRanger has enabled us to easily create schedules for our new AWS demo environments saving time and money for the business. The automated backups and archiving have been very useful as well.
CloudRanger has become vital to our tactical roadmap. DevOps has been able to better manage costs by shutting down servers on schedule, and automatic snapshotting has systematically given the whole team the ability to get a better night's sleep. For that, we’re eternally thankful!
CloudRanger saves me a ton of time and I always know that the tasks are running how I want. We also use their scheduler for non-production EC2s, and that is a huge money-saver.
Steve RobertsHead of IT at BooHoo.com
Adrian GraysonProject Manager at VOKKE
Chris BurnettIT Director at George Street Photo & Video