Application Auto Scaling

Application Auto Scaling is a web service for developers and system administrators who need a solution for automatically scaling their scalable resources for individual AWS services beyond Amazon EC2

Application Auto Scaling integrates with other AWS services so that you can add scaling capabilities to meet your application’s demand. Automatic scaling is an optional feature of the service that is disabled by default in almost all cases.

With Application Auto Scaling, there are two ways to enable automatic scaling: using the service console of the resources that you want to scale, and accessing the Application AutoScaling API programmatically or through the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI). You can use either method, or both. In most cases, you can achieve the same result using either method.

Below are the cmdlets which are available with Application Auto Scaling

Add-AASScalableTarget                              RegisterScalableTarget                        
Get-AASScalableTarget                              DescribeScalableTargets                       
Get-AASScalingActivity                             DescribeScalingActivities                     
Get-AASScalingPolicy                               DescribeScalingPolicies                       
Get-AASScheduledAction                             DescribeScheduledActions                      
Remove-AASScalableTarget                           DeregisterScalableTarget                      
Remove-AASScalingPolicy                            DeleteScalingPolicy                           
Remove-AASScheduledAction                          DeleteScheduledAction                         
Set-AASScalingPolicy                               PutScalingPolicy                              
Set-AASScheduledAction                             PutScheduledAction                            

You can also check other AWS Services, and each services cmdlets we are providing.

Click on this Link for an Single place, where you get all the PowerShell cmdlets sorted based on the modules.

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