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Category: Auto Scaling

Auto-scaling Amazon EC2 using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus and alert manager

Customers want to migrate their existing Prometheus workloads to the cloud and utilize all that the cloud offers. AWS has services like Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling, which lets you scale out Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances based on metrics like CPU or memory utilization. Applications that use Prometheus metrics can easily integrate into […]

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Linux Fleet

How to create an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on a memory utilization metric (Linux)

This is the first in a two-part series about how to create an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on memory utilization metric. This post covers Linux OS. In part 2 I’ll cover how to create an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on a memory utilization metric in Windows OS. Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling […]

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Windows Fleet

How to create an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on a memory utilization metric (Windows)

In the first of this two-part series, I showed you how to create an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on a memory utilization metric for Linux OS. In this second post, I walk through how to create Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling policy based on memory utilization metric for Windows OS. I will use a […]

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Monitor and scale your Amazon ECS on AWS Fargate application using Prometheus metrics

If you’ve ever run a containerized workload, you know that it can be tricky to check what’s happening in your container. In this blog post, I show how you can monitor and scale your Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) on AWS Fargate application using Prometheus metrics. Although there is more information about Prometheus already […]

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Create immutable servers using EC2 Image Builder and AWS CodePipeline

When you run an application on multiple Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, you want to avoid differences between the instances because they can cause unpredictable behavior and make it hard to troubleshoot and solve issues. The best way to prevent differences is to replace your instances whenever you want to make a change—to […]

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CloudWatch Alarm with SNS and Lambda trigger

Alarms, incident management, and remediation in the cloud with Amazon CloudWatch

Application workloads being built for the cloud are getting easier to deploy with tools like Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) and Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS and AWS Fargate), infrastructure as code (IaC), and full-scale DevSecOps pipelines. But there’s more to migrating workloads than ease of development and deployment: application workloads still need […]

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Leveraging AWS CloudFormation to create an immutable infrastructure at Nubank

Bruno Halley Schaefer, software engineer, Nubank Hugo Carvalho, senior solutions architect, AWS Marcelo Nunes, senior technical account manager, AWS Enterprise Support Team   Nubank, a Brazilian company that is one of the world’s largest independent digital banks, is innovatively transforming Latin America’s financial landscape by providing transparent, simple, and efficient services. The company fights complexity […]

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