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Remove Empty AutoScaling groups.
It is AWS best practice to identify an empty autoscaling group available in your AWS account and delete them in order to avoid unneeded cost and better management of AWS resources. Autoscaling group is considered as empty when it doesn't have any EC2 instances attached and is not associated with an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB).
Copy EC2 Logs Data to S3 and Delete the Log Folder
Moves the logs present in the log folder of EC2 machine and transfers them into a specified S3 Bucket. This practice helps you to store the logs you want, without worrying about the disk space in the machine.
Reboot Process in EC2 instances (Triggered by Jira)
Jira ticket with required summary will trigger this workflow. Apache (httpd) server inside the Instances will be rebooted for those instances which have the same tag that are mentioned in the description of Jira ticket. This rebooting of the process will decrease the CPUUtilization of the machine.
Reboot RDS DB instances (Triggered by JIRA)
Objective of this workflow is to reboot the RDS DB instances whose DBConnections goes high. Jira ticket with required summary will trigger this workflow. RDS DB Instances having the same tag that are mentioned in the description of jira ticket will get rebooted. This will reduce the CPUUtilization of the DB instance.