Can ylastic help in making a calender schedule for AWS EC2 instances?

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03 Nov, 2015 05:55 PM

I am a DevOps engineer in a company and we want to build a solution for our developers where they can specify in a common calendar that from a certain time to a certain time they want a particular EC2 instance to be up and running and using that schedule EC2 instances can start and stop on their own. Also if there is some overlap of times for the same instance then it is kept running until all the developers have stopped using it. This would be extremely helpful for optimizing the usage by making sure that some instance is not kept accidentally running even when it is not required. Can ylastic help in achieving the same?

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