nOps is the first fully automated scheduling tool that doesn’t cost anything unless you save money!
Stop resources during non-peak hours, reduce waste, and increase efficiency. Automatically identify and configure scheduling based on historical analysis of your actual usage data.
Put Your Resources On Auto-Pilot And Let nOps Automatically Start & Stop EC2 And RDS Instances
nOps Scheduler makes it easy to pause resources during inactivity and leverages the Amazon EventBridge bus to deliver signals to resources to stop them during inactivity and restart them when they are most likely to be used automatically.
One-Click Integration And Automation With Your AWS Account Using Eventbridge Integration
Act on recommendations with one click. Using our certified integration with AWS Eventbridge, configuring resource schedules is easy. As you review scheduling opportunities, you can act immediately and begin realizing the savings.
Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easier to build event-driven applications at scale using events generated from your applications, integrated Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, and AWS services.
nOps automatically creates and deploys Eventbridge sources into your AWS accounts, and configures them to signal our nOps scheduler Lambda. Only nOps is capable of scheduling both EC2 and RDS instances using Eventbridge.
nOps Analyzes Your Usage Data And Finds All Of The Resource Scheduling Opportunities In Your Account
Based on historical utilization data we can identify hours when an instance was not being used. Follow our scheduler to automatically turn on/off instances and save your costs!
nOps Analyzes Your AWS Usage And Determines How Effectively Schedules Are Reducing Your Actual Bill
nOps constantly analyzes AWS cost and usage reports to determine the impact of your schedules and looks for even more effective scheduling opportunities!
This use case has been covered under the Scheduler tab. Here, users have the option to either stop or start a machine immediately based on the current status of the machine.