I am looking at using AWS auto-scaling to scale my infrastructure up and down based on various performance metrics (CPU, etc.). I understand how to set this up; however, I don't like those instances are terminated rather than stopped when it is scaled down. This means that when I scale back up, I have to start from scratch with a new instance and re-install my software, etc. I'd rather just start/stop my instances as needed rather than create/terminate. Is there a way to do this?
You can not stop the termination, but you can suspend using the following steps:
For further information, check out this documentation.
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