Amazon EC2

Amazon EC2 Integrations

  • Notify me in Slack when a new EC2 instance is created

    Make sure you're aware what's happening in your EC2 account! This Zap will post a message into Slack when a new instance is created, so you know straight away.

    How It Works

    1. A new instance is created in your chosen EC2 region
    2. Zapier posts a message to your Slack channel with the details

    What You Need

    • An Amazon EC2 account with at least one instance
    • A Slack account
  • Start or stop instances in Amazon EC2 on a daily schedule

    If you need a way to reduce costs of running test and dev Amazon EC2 instances, this Zapier integration can save the day. Use Schedule by Zapier to start or stop an instance based on a daily schedule.

    How It Works

    1. Schedule by Zapier is set up on a daily schedule
    2. EC2 instances start and stop according to the set schedule

    What You Need

    • Zapier account
    • Amazon EC2 account
  • Get HipChat messages whenever you add a new Amazon EC2 instance

    You're in HipChat all da—so why not let Zapier notify you right in HipChat whenever a new EC2 instance is added? With this Zapier integration, you won't need to flip back and forth between apps. Zapier will send updates on new EC2 instances to a designated room in HipChat automatically.

    How It Works

    1. An instance is created in Amazon EC2
    2. Zapier sends a message to a designated HipChat room with the status

    What You Need

    • Amazon EC2 account
    • HipChat account
  • Get Horntell notification for new Amazon EC2 instances

    We've all been there where EC2 Auto Scaling scales our fleet of instances, but something breaks while provisioning the new instance. With this Horntell to Amazon EC2 integration, you'll be given a heads up whenever a new instance is created in your EC2 fleet. You can review it, test it or just stay updated about the activities.

    Note: This Zapier integration doesn't notify about already created EC2 instances into Horntell feed, only new instances after you've set it up.

    How It Works

    1. A new Amazon EC2 instance is created
    2. Zapier pushes a detailed notification to your Horntell feed

    What You Need

    • Amazon Web Services account
    • Horntell account
  • Get Slack messages for new Amazon EC2 scheduled events

    Never miss an Amazon EC2 scheduled event again by sending events alerts straight to your Slack channel. This Amazon EC2 Slack integration will alert you when new events are scheduled without the hassle of having to constantly check Amazon EC2.

    How It Works

    1. A new event is scheduled in Amazon EC2
    2. Zapier sends a message to a designated Slack channel

    What You Need

    • Amazon EC2 account
    • Slack account
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Amazon EC2 Integration Details

Launched on Zapier January 26, 2015

Zapier combines Triggers (like "New Instance") and Actions (like "Start/Stop Instance") to complete an action in one app when a trigger occurs in another app. These combos—called "Zaps"—complete your tasks automatically.

The following Amazon EC2 Triggers, Searches, and Actions are supported by Zapier:

New Instance

Triggers when a new instance is created.

New Scheduled Event

Triggers when a new event is scheduled for one of your instances.

Find Instance

Find an existing EC2 instance.

Start/Stop Instance

Starts or stops an existing instance.

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Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers.