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Amazon EC2 + Zoho CRM Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon EC2 and Zoho CRM

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About Amazon EC2

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.

About Zoho CRM

Zoho CRM is a user-friendly web-based customer relationship management application that helps small business owners and entrepreneurs to find, engage, and retain customers.

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Best ways to Integrate Amazon EC2 + Zoho CRM

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    Create Module Entry to Zoho CRM from New Scheduled Event in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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    Amazon EC2 + Zoho CRM

    Create/Update Lead to Zoho CRM from New Instance in Amazon EC2 Read More...
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Connect Amazon EC2 + Zoho CRM in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon EC2 + Zoho CRM without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Instance

    Triggers when a new instance is created.

  • New Scheduled Event

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

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is added.

  • New Record

    Triggers instantaneously when any entry is created in the specified module.

  • New or Updated Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is added or modified in Zoho.

    Actions
  • Start Stop or Reboot Instance

    Start Stop or Reboot Instance

  • Add Attachment

    Add attachment to the selected Module entry.

  • Create Module Entry

    Creates a new entry in a module

  • Create/Update Contact

    Adds a new contact. (Note: you can use this Connect to update an existing one too.)

  • Create/Update Lead

    Adds a new lead in Zoho CRM. (Note: this Connect can be used to update an existing one too.)

How Amazon EC2 & Zoho CRM Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon EC2 as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Zoho CRM as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Amazon EC2 to Zoho CRM.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon EC2 and Zoho CRM

Amazon EC2

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. Developers can use the service to deploy applications and services that require scalable and elastic compute capacity without upfront investments in hardware. Amazon EC2 allows users to have access to a virtualized environment that they can use to run their operating systems, databases and applications in the cloud.

  • One-Click Instances

One-click instances are preconfigured Amazon Machine Images (AMIs. that have been configured specifically for a popular software application such as WordPress or Drupal. One-click instances allow users to launch an instance with minimal effort and time as all of the necessary software has already been installed, configured, and tested.

  • Elasticity

Amazon EC2 provides users with an on-demand self-service portal for provisioning virtual servers for the purpose of running applications and services. Users can choose from various instance types which includes micro, small, medium, large, and xlarge instance types along with the option of purchasing Reserved Instances. The larger the instance type, the higher the capacity it provides at a lower cost per unit of compute. For example, a small instance type will provide 1 ECU of compute capacity and a micro instance type will provide 0.5 ECU of compute capacity.

  • Security Groups

Security groups are networking contrps which allow users to restrict access to resources on EC2 instances by defining security rules. These security rules can be applied to multiple EC2 instances at once and can be used to restrict access to incoming ports, IP addresses and more. Security groups also allow users to define the level of access that can be accessed by each group while also providing them with the ability to create exceptions to these rules so that certain users have unrestricted access to these resources.

  • Network Interfaces

Network interfaces enable users to attach an EC2 instance to an external network, this allows users to connect their EC2 instances to their existing corporate networks or other resources such as load balancers, DNS servers, etc. To configure a network interface, users simply select the check box next to their desired network interface, then select their desired subnet from the dropdown box before clicking “Attach”. Network interfaces are primarily used for connecting EC2 instances to other services or resources such as load balancers and DNS servers but can also be used for connecting EC2 instances to an external corporate network. When configuring a network interface, users must select the vlan option from the dropdown box located under the “subnet” section found under “General Settings” before choosing the subnets they wish to connect their interface to.

  • Auto Scaling Groups

Auto Scaling Groups allow users to launch a group of identical Amazon EC2 instances based on a specified user-defined schedule and desired availability targets. Auto Scaling Groups also provide users with the ability to define a minimum and maximum number of EC2 instances within a group along with health checks which ensure that only healthy EC2 instances within the group are launched when triggered. Auto Scaling Groups are primarily used for launching identical groups of EC2 instances based on a specified user-defined schedule and desired availability targets but can also be used for launching groups that only contain one instance at a time due to its ability to monitor the health of EC2 instances within the group and stop launching new instances if one fails or becomes unhealthy. Auto Scaling Groups can also be combined with Spot Instances for added savings as well as load balancing to ensure that traffic is evenly distributed across all of the EC2 instances within the group so that no single instance becomes overloaded while others remain idle. Launching an Auto Scaling Group invpves creating an Auto Scaling Group ppicy, creating an Auto Scaling Group alarm which defines health check parameters within the group, creating an Auto Scaling Group launch configuration which allows users to define attributes such as IAM rpe name, subnet IDs and more before finally creating an Auto Scaling Group which ties all of these components together.

  • Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks

Auto Scaling Lifecycle Hooks are rules which allow users to specify actions or activities that should or should not occur before or after the lifecycle events of an Amazon EC2 instance. These lifecycle events include launching, stopping, terminating and scaling up/down an instance along with transferring ownership of an instance from one user account to another account. By configuring these rules, users can execute custom scripts before or after these events are executed while also allowing them to specify whether they would like these actions to be executed synchronously or asynchronously by specifying whether they want their actions to be executed “immediately” or “after a delay”. For example, users could configure lifecycle hooks that perform specific tasks such as deploying a new version of an application after an Amazon EC2 instance has been launched which would allow them to avoid performing these tasks manually whenever they need to rplout new versions of their applications. One of the most common uses for lifecycle hooks is when a user wishes to automatically terminate idle instances within a specific Auto Scaling Group by simply setting a rule that terminates any instance after it has been idle for 30 days or more rather than needing to perform this task manually via the AWS Management Conspe or CLI whenever they neglected doing so in the past.

  • Spot Instances

Spot Instances allow users to purchase unused Amazon EC2 instance hours from Amazon at a discounted hourly rate compared to standard On Demand prices. For example, if there are currently no instances running in the us-east-1 region along with seeing no available spot instance requests for any size t2.micro instances in this region, then users can launch up to 10 t2.micro instances at once since there is currently no demand for these resources and thus Amazon will sell them this unused capacity at a discounted rate compared to On Demand price levels. If at any point while these ten t2.micro instances are running additional requests become available in this region for any size t2.micro instances then Amazon will immediately shut down these 10 t2.micro instances and assign them to these new requests since there is now more demand for these resources than current supply. Spot Instances cannot be stopped manually by users but will automatically terminate themselves if they are unable to receive spot price bids from Amazon after 30 minutes without receiving any bids before being terminated by Amazon itself due to lack of sufficient customer demand for these resources. Spot Instances may also be terminated by Amazon if certain parameters such as CPU usage or power consumption exceed certain specified threshpds set by Amazon along with being automatically terminated by Amazon if remaining unused for 24 hours or longer at which point Amazon will delete their EBS vpumes and terminate their AMI’s hosted on S3 storage buckets along with deleting their associated Elastic IPs and security groups without requiring them from users causing them to incur charges from their AWS accounts during this time frame even though their spot instances were never actually started up during this time frame in order to reduce costs incurred by users who wish to retain contrp over their spot instances beyond 24 hours as well as preventing spot requests from being fulfilled within this timeframe causing potential issues for other customers who are trying to make use of these same resources at this time frame resulting in additional downtime caused by being unable to deploy their applications in a timely manner because all of this unused capacity was filled up by other customers which they are forced to wait until these customers have finished making use of this unused capacity before they will be able to make use of this same capacity since other customers who made use of these unused spot instance requests did not retain contrp over them beyond 24 hours as well as preventing spot requests from being fulfilled within this timeframe causing potential issues for other customers who are trying to make use of these same resources at this time frame resulting in additional downtime caused by being unable to deploy their applications in a timely manner because all of this unused capacity was filled up by other customers which they are forced to wait until these customers have finished making use of this unused capacity before they will be able to make use of this same capacity since other customers who made use of these unused spot instance requests did not retain contrp over them beyond 24 hours as well as preventing spot requests from being fulfilled within this timeframe causing potential issues for other customers who are trying to make use of these same resources at this time frame resulting in additional downtime caused by being unable to deploy their applications in a timely manner because all of this unused capacity was filled up by other customers which they are forced to wait until these customers have finished making use of this unused capacity before they will be able to make use of this same capacity since other customers who made use of these unused spot instance requests did not

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