Autotask provides an IT business management tool that combines RMM, service desk, CRM, projects, time, billing, reporting, and more. It has the ability to integrate all the features you may need to meet your specific business requirements.
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service provides secure, reliable, scalable, and low-cost computational resources. It gives developers the tools to build virtually any web-scale application.Amazon EC2 Integrations
Autotask + MailChimpCreate or update Mailchimp subscribers from Autotask contacts Read More...
Working with multiple apps can get complicated, especially when you have to manage multiple customer contacts across these apps. However, thanks to automation services like Appy Pie Connect, it can get much easier for you! Use this integration and manage your customer contacts like never before. Once active, we will watch your Autotask account for you and whenever a new contact is added to it, Appy Pie Connect will automatically create a new subscriber or update an existing one on your Mailchimp.
Autotask + Google SheetsAdd new Autotask accounts to a Google Sheets spreadsheet Read More...
Autotask + Microsoft Dynamics CRMAdd every new Autotask account to Microsoft Dynamics CRM Read More...
Amazon EC2 + SlackGet notified in Slack when a new instance is created in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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Triggers whenever a new Account is added.
Triggers whenever a new appointments is added.
Triggers when a new Configuration Item is found.
Triggers whenever a new holiday is added.
Triggers when a new Project is found.
Triggers when a new Task is found.
Triggers when a new Ticket is found.
Triggers when a new Time Entry is found.
Triggers whenever a new account todos is added.
Triggers whenever a new or updated Contact is found.
Triggers when a ticket note is updated or created.
Trigger if a service call was created/setup
Triggers when an Account is updated.
Triggers when a ticket is updated.
Triggers when a Time Entry is updated.
Triggers when a new instance is created.
Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.
Creates an account.
Creates a contact.
Creates a ticket.
Creates a ticket note.
Creates a Time Entry.
Updates a ticket.
Start Stop or Reboot Instance
This paper will discuss the integration of Autotask and Amazon EC2. Autotask is an IT management software company while Amazon EC2 is a web service that provides on-demand virtual computing capacity in the cloud. Integration of Autotask and Amazon EC2 will help companies to manage their IT infrastructure more efficiently since they will be able to keep track of their IT assets through both systems.
Autotask is an IT management software company that helps small to mid-size businesses to manage their IT infrastructure. It allows users to manage the inventory of their hardware and software, automate their IT processes, and manage their cost effectively. It also has a built-in ticketing system which allows users to track and resolve issues in a fast and easy manner.Autotask was founded in 1996 by Jon Ferrara and Bill Turkel. Prior to founding Autotask, Ferrara worked for Microsoft as a development manager for Windows NT 3.51 and Windows NT 3.5. Turkel worked as an independent consultant for small to mid-size businesses in the Washington, DC area and worked with Ferrara prior to founding Autotask.Autotask has its headquarters in Virginia Beach, VA. It has additional offices in Rochester, NY; Toronto, ON; London, UK; Brisbane, AU; Sydney, AU; Tokyo, JP; and Chennai, IN.
Amazon EC2 is a web service provided by Amazon.com which allows users to rent virtual computers on the web in order to run applications via the Internet. The service launched in early 2006 as a way for users to rent virtual computers by the hour. As of September 2010, EC2 supports Linux, Microsoft Windows, and FreeBSD operating systems. It also offers users a choice between five different types of instance types which range from general purpose to memory optimized instances. Users can also take advantage of specialized services such as Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), Amazon SimpleDB, Amazon CloudWatch, and AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM. EBS is a storage service which acts as persistent storage for EC2 instances while S3 provides users access to object storage. CloudWatch allows users to monitor their instance's resource usage while IAM assigns permissions to users so they can access different AWS services via EC2.EC2 costs range from $0.10 per hour for micro instances to $1,000 per month for large memory optimized instances.
Autotask provides users with a dashboard that allows them to manage their IT infrastructure. Users can see the status of all of their systems at a glance through the dashboard as well as perform various tasks related to managing their IT assets. With the integration of Autotask and Amazon EC2, users will be able to manage their IT infrastructure more efficiently than ever before since they will be able to see their IT assets on both systems at all times. They will also be able to perform various tasks related to managing their IT assets such as tracking hardware assets, monitoring software license usage, and managing software licenses through the integrated dashboard without having to switch between systems.
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