EC2 Instance Status

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EC2 Instance Status in AWS is a tool used to monitor the health and performance of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances. It provides an up-to-date view of the current state of all running EC2 instances, including details such as their instance type, operating system, IP address, availability zone, and other associated metrics. EC2 Instance Status can be accessed through the AWS Management Console or via Amazon's API. By monitoring these metrics in real time, users can ensure that their applications are running smoothly and that resources are being allocated efficiently. Additionally, this information can be used to troubleshoot issues with EC2 instances quickly and efficiently.


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Availability Zone
The relationship between an EC2 instance status and an EC2 availability zone in AWS is fundamental to understanding how cloud computing works. When a user creates an instance, they must select a region and availability zone for that instance. The instance status will then be associated with the selected availability zone, as this is where the resources that comprise the virtual server are located. In essence, the EC2 instance status provides information about the current state of any given server within its associated availability zone. The available states are ‘running’, ‘stopped’ or ‘terminated’. Furthermore, when managing instances via AWS services such as Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), users must specify both a region and an availability zone when creating resources so that all relevant data can be tracked in its appropriate location within AWS infrastructure.
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