How is on-demand EC2 instance different from spot EC2 instance?

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How is on-demand EC2 instance different from spot EC2 instance? Which is the better one to choose?

Dec 13, 2018 in AWS by datageek
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Spot instances are like not used instances that you can bid for. So, if your bid price is greater than that of spot instance price, a spot instance is launched. But the problem is if anytime spot instance price becomes greater than bid price, the instance can go away.

But you don't have that problem with on-demand instances because. On-demand instances are available to you whenever you need them and you need to pay for the time you use them on an hourly basis.

answered Dec 13, 2018 by Archana
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