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(@joeshmoe)
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Your project manager (PM) tasked you with launching an instance for a web application to be developed for an NGO. The PM is especially interested in using an AWS service that provides predicable monthly pricing, and he expects the instance to have the ability to burst above the baseline level of CPU performance when needed. What AWS service should you use to launch this instance?

- EC2

- Lightsail

- CloudFront

- Elasticsearch Service

 

The correct answer on this question was Lightsail, but Lightsail does not come with auto-scaling... Wouldn't Beanstalk be a better solution?


   
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Posted by: @joeshmoe

Your project manager (PM) tasked you with launching an instance for a web application to be developed for an NGO. The PM is especially interested in using an AWS service that provides predicable monthly pricing, and he expects the instance to have the ability to burst above the baseline level of CPU performance when needed. What AWS service should you use to launch this instance?

- EC2

- Lightsail

- CloudFront

- Elasticsearch Service

 

The correct answer on this question was Lightsail, but Lightsail does not come with auto-scaling... Wouldn't Beanstalk be a better solution?

Look <a href=" removed link ">Virtual Private Server and Web Hosting – Amazon Lightsail FAQs – Amazon Web Services, question "Q: How do Lightsail instances perform?", that is pointed the burst capability on used instances. 


   
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@andre-lsantos @joeshmoe the question doesn't mention the need of auto-scaling, lightsail fits this description, its pricing is predictable (starting from 5 usd/month) and offers the possibility to burst above the CPU baseline. baseline.

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