One simple method to reduce costs is to stop instances that are not in use, and then start those instances again when their capacity is needed. This answer introduces a prescriptive AWS solution that allows customers to create automatic start and stop schedules for their Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS instances. For more details »

This brief describes AWS-managed and APN Partner Network member products for configuring and managing infrastructure deployed to AWS. This brief provides best practices and guidance to consider when choosing configuration management solutions for managing changes to AWS resources, operating systems, application stacks, or other AWS-based infrastructure. For more details »

To help companies minimize latency when accessing objects in different geographic regions, meet compliance requirements, and for operational purposes, it is a best practice to monitor your S3 buckets to confirm that all objects are replicated successfully. This answer introduces an AWS solution that helps customers more proactively monitor the replication status of their Amazon S3 objects. For more details »

To help improve data protection and recovery, it is a best practice to regularly back up AWS resources using snapshots. This answer introduces an AWS solution that enables customers to create automated snapshot schedules for AWS resources across accounts and regions. For more details »

To help improve data protection and recovery, it is a best practice to regularly back up AWS resources. This answer introduces an AWS solution that enables customers to automatically create incremental backups of an Amazon EFS file system on a defined schedule. For more details »

AWS customers who own a fleet of servers are sometimes unsure of how to best automate their fleet management for operational efficiency and maintenance. This answer introduces an AWS solution that automatically provisions the services necessary to maintain a consistent configuration of your Amazon EC2 or on-premises instances. For more details »

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