AWS Compute Optimizer helps analyze the configuration and utilization metrics of the AWS resources.
reports whether the resources are optimal, and generates optimization recommendations to reduce the cost and improve the performance of the workloads.
delivers intuitive and easily actionable resource recommendations to help quickly identify optimal AWS resources for the workloads without requiring specialized expertise or investing substantial time and money.
provides a global, cross-account view of all resources
analyzes the specifications and the utilization metrics of the resources from CloudWatch for the last 14 days.
provides graphs showing recent utilization metric history data, as well as projected utilization for recommendations, which can be used to evaluate which recommendation provides the best price-performance trade-off.
Analysis and visualization of the usage patterns can help decide when to move or resize the running resources, and still meet your performance and capacity requirements.
generates recommendations for the following resources:
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A company must assess the business’s EC2 instances and Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes to determine how effectively the business is using resources. The company has not detected a pattern in how these EC2 instances are used by the apps that access the databases. Which option best fits these criteria in terms of cost-effectiveness?
Use AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter.
Use Amazon CloudWatch for detailed monitoring.
Use AWS Compute Optimizer.
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