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MyGSI Update and Tutorials – Save Server Images in One Step!

Monday, March 14th, 2011 by

Last week we announced several updates to GoGrid’s cloud infrastructure services. One of the highlights of this update was the enhancement we made to the saving your GoGrid Server Images (MyGSI) process.

Up till now, saving your MyGSI has been a fairly simple 3-step process that was helpful for horizontal scaling, re-imaging of servers, disaster recovery, or setting up failover environments. Through the update, this process can now be completed in a single step.

We’ve created several helpful tutorials to help educate users on the new process. Please reference our video and text tutorials below or take a look at the MyGSI User Manual on the GoGrid wiki for more information regarding the new process.

Video Tutorial

Below is a video screencast on how to create a GoGrid Custom Server Image (MyGSI). (Direct YouTube link)

Text Tutorial

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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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Video: Edit, Delete & Restore GoGrid’s MyGSIs & Billing Widget Explained

Friday, September 11th, 2009 by

Yesterday we announced new GoGrid functionality which allows you to edit, delete and restore personal server images known as MyGSIs. Since a picture is typically worth a 1,000 words, I compiled a quick screencast that walks you through this new functionality as well as through the changes we made to the Billing Widget.

If you have any questions about this functionality or other things “GoGrid”, please leave a comment on this post. As always, I’m reachable via Twitter (@hightechdad) and email (Michael AT GoGrid DOT com).

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