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Building Dynamic Start and Stop Scheduler Functions for Non-Distributed Applications Under Auto-Scaling Group

2022-06-20T01:54:25+00:00

In AWS, it’s of utmost importance to consider the cost in every aspect. In fact, cost optimization is one of the 6 pillars of a well-architected framework, therefore, it must be included in every step in building solutions in AWS. There are infinite ways to reduce bills but one of the most popular ones for EC2 instances is to start or stop them, especially if they don't need to run 24/7. But constantly doing this manually can be quite tedious and can significantly increase the operational load. It involves human intervention and hence, piling up its risks for human errors. [...]

Building Dynamic Start and Stop Scheduler Functions for Non-Distributed Applications Under Auto-Scaling Group2022-06-20T01:54:25+00:00

AWS Identity and Access Management ( IAM )

2022-01-05T07:22:22+00:00

Bookmarks Features Infrastructure Elements Users Policies AWS Security Token Service (STS) Assume Role Options STS Get Tokens IAM Access Analyzer Best Practices AWS IAM-related Cheat Sheets Validate Your Knowledge Control who is authenticated (signed in) and authorized (has permissions) to use resources. AWS account root user is a single sign-in identity that has complete access to all AWS services and resources in the account. Features You can grant other people permission to administer and use resources in your AWS account without having to share your password [...]

AWS Identity and Access Management ( IAM )2022-01-05T07:22:22+00:00

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