AWS: How are AMI's created for a large number of servers?

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In aws, to set up autoscaling and load balancer, we 1st take AMI's of the required servers, its fine if the number of servers are few (like 3 or 4), But what if there are large numbers of servers like 30 to 40. How AMI's are created, how it happens in real time??
Feb 4 in AWS by anonymous
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you can make use of terraform to create AMI from your ec2 instance -

resource "aws_ami_from_instance" "example" {
  name               = "terraform-example"
  source_instance_id = "i-xxxxxxxx"
}
answered Feb 6 by prachit
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