Keeps pay-as-you-go costs in check by automatically removing excess resource capacity when demand drops so you pay only for what you need.
Using AWS Auto Scaling costs you nothing, and it gives you peace of mind that your applications will always have the right resources when they need them, at the lowest possible cost. It’s just another feature you can use to maximize your AWS cloud experience.
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AWS 101: What is Amazon S3 and Why Should I Use It?
AWS 101: How AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Works
AWS 101: How AWS Cloud Security Securely Protects Your Data
AWS 101: Why You Should Be Deploying AWS Lambda to Run Code
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