Any Elastic Block Store volume created in your AWS account is adding charges to your monthly bill, regardless of whether it is being used or not. If you have EBS volumes (other than root volumes) that are unattached to an EC2 instance or have very low I/O activity, consider deleting them in order to optimize your cloud costs.
Detect unattached EBS volumes at periodic intervals or events or HTTP calls, set by the user.
Removing unattached/orphaned Elastic Block Store volumes will help you manage cloud cost.
Note: You can also take backups before deleting EBS volumes to safeguard sensitive data.
Use this to initiate a workflow based on time, events or HTTP calls.
Select resources on which you want to work on.
Enter parameters to filter resources in the workflow.
Use this to get approval from stakeholder to continue the workflow.
Select action to be done on resources in the workflow.
Send notification with a custom message.