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How can I level out my auto scaling checks?

So, I have been playing around with my auto scaling config and my Cloudwatch alarms to try and keep all my instances purring but not roaring. I can't seem to get rid of a constant yoyo. CPU usage ...
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Silencing a CloudWatch alarm when MinServers is not exceeded

We have two CloudWatch alarms used to scale up and down an AutoScaling group based on CPU usage. We also have a minimum of two instances running at a time. This means that when CPU load is low on both ...
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AWS Alarms in “ALARM” state not triggering Policy actions

Today I created an AutoScaling Group with several policies, each with an Alarm associated with a CloudWatch metric. The AutoScaling Group launched two instances, because that the minimum that I ...
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We've got an app where customers upload data and documents to a number of EC2 instances. We store the uploads on EBS volumes. Occasionally our app will fail. Sometimes it's something in our app ...
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How to configure Cloudwatch and Autoscaling for our setup?

I have a few questions that I can't seem to find the answer to or figure out. I am confused about AS groups with our Websocket services. AFAIK, the groups will terminate a server, and then send the ...
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Time between AWS Notifying of Scale Down and Terminating instance

Here is the scenario, there are multiple EC2 instances behind a load balancer. When traffic dies down, the SCALE_DOWN policy is triggered from a CloudWatch alarm. What I would like, is for the ...
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Auto scaling AWS EC2 instnaces based on memory utilization

I am setting up auto scaling based on memory consumed by the particular instance. I went through the link posted at awsforums. I was able to set my metrics and using the bash script given and with the ...