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Screencast: Walk-through of New GoGrid Features Released in February 2010

Monday, February 22nd, 2010 by

A couple of weeks ago we released a new version of GoGrid which included a variety of exciting enhancements and features. Most notable are:

  • GoGrid Dedicated Servers
  • List View of GoGrid Objects
  • Edit F5 Load Balancers via the API
  • New Login Page
  • Self Service Support Links

More details about these features can be found on the following GoGrid blog post. For a quick overview of the new features in the form of a screencast, please watch the video below. I quickly cover many of the items listed above including:

  • Walking through the new login page
  • Deploying a GoGrid Dedicated Server
  • Overview of the new GoGrid List View
  • Dedicated Servers showing in the Jobs Tab
  • Showing of Self-Service Links in the portal
  • Editing Load Balancers using the GoGrid API

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Comparison: GoGrid Cloud versus Amazon EC2

Tuesday, June 17th, 2008 by

Note
: The matrix below will be updated shortly in a new post to reflect changes in both EC2 and GoGrid features. (11.11.08)

As GoGrid continues its record breaking sign-ups, we get asked repeatedly how we compare against Amazon’s EC2. While not exactly an apples to apples comparison, there are enough similarities to warrant a few matrices to illustrate the differences.

Feature Comparison Matrix

Feature

GoGrid

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New Feature: “IP Suggest” Makes Finding an Unused Public IP Address Easy!

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008 by

Yesterday we rolled out a new feature for GoGrid that should make the creation of Servers and Load Balancers even easier and faster. We call it “IP Suggest” and it is extremely easy to use. As you are creating a new Server or Load Balancer and you come to the IP Address field, just start typing in the beginning digits of your IP addresses. The network “widget” shows you a list of all of your Public IP addresses, used or unused.

public_network_IPs

For the Application/Web/Database servers, only the UNUSED IP addresses are presented within the IP address field.

application_unused_IPs

The Load Balancer acts a bit differently. For the Virtual IP field, only the UNUSED IP addresses are displayed, however on the Real IPs field (these would be the IP addresses of the application/web/database server where you want the Load Balancer to direct traffic), ALL IP addresses are displayed.

LB_virtualIP_unused LB_realIPs_suggest

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