Skeddly

2011
Toronto, ON, Canada

Latest News

Feb 5, 2020   |  By Matt Houser
At Skeddly we’re focused on bringing you the best in AWS help tutorials, AWS scheduler services, and AWS backup services. However, from time to time we like to reach out to other leaders in the AWS space to help you, our blog readers, stay on top of the latest developments and news within the AWS ecosystem. Today Skeddly had the opportunity to speak with the team at Caserta, a big data and analytics company that helps businesses harness the power data to exceed their business goals.
Jan 14, 2020   |  By Matt Houser
MySQL is a popular open-sourced relational database server. It comes in many flavours, including Enterprise and Community editions. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform all provide their own managed MySQL services. The available versions and features vary from provider to provider. As an added complexity, AWS provides three different MySQL services, each one of them different. Let’s take a closer look.
Jan 12, 2020   |  By Matt Houser
At Skeddly we’re focused on bringing you the best in AWS help tutorials, AWS scheduler services, and AWS backup services. However, from time to time we like to reach out to other leaders in the AWS space to help you, our blog readers, stay on top of the latest developments and news within the AWS ecosystem. Today Skeddly had the opportunity to speak with a few of the bright minds behind Keyhole Software, a cutting edge technology company with an impressive amount of AWS experience.
Jan 9, 2020   |  By Matt Houser
A month ago, Skeddly added a Disable EBS Fast Snapshot Restores action. This action is a fantastic way to ensure you don’t leave EBS snapshots around with Fast Snapshot Restores enabled. That will just be a waste of money. Today, I’m happy to announce a new Skeddly action: Enable EBS Fast Snapshot Restores. This new action allows you to enable, and optionally disable Fast Snapshot Restores on your EBS snapshots.
Jan 7, 2020   |  By Matt Houser
Redis is an in-memory data store. It’s predominantly a key/value store, so it does not have features in many relational databases. It can be used as a simple database, a cache, or as a pub/sub system. Since it’s all in-memory, it is very fast, but it also requires alot of memory. Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform all provide their own managed Redis services. The available versions and features vary from provider to provider. Let’s take a closer look.