Error when creating AWS Budget Actions to automatically stop EC2 and RDS

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I use one EC2 instance and one RDS to run my Backend for my website. Now I saw that you can create an AWS Budget Action to automatically stop your EC2 or RDS instance. That wasn't possible before and I definitely wanna use it to be 100% sure not to get a fat bill from AWS. I already set up a billing alert, but I want the EC2 and RDS to also be automatically shut down, just to be really safe.

So when creating a new budget in AWS Budgets you can add a "Budget action", which requires you to attach an IAM role to AWS Budgets. I tried that with an existing EC2Role of mine, which has the "AmazonEC2FullAccess" Policy attached to it. But this doesn't seem to be the right policy: error message in AWS Budgets


 

Apr 21 in AWS by Rahul
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