We would like to do a proof of concept. We have windows AMI on AWS. This AMI(machine) has a web server that responds to requests. We do not need this machine to run all the time. So when the machine is not needed we would like to shut it down and only start it when we need the machine.
The "not need" is defined as no requests for a certain amount of time at a certain time of the day. For example between the hours of 8AM and 5PM, Monday to Friday, if no request is made over the last three hours the machine is "not needed". Between 5PM to 8AM Monday to Friday and all weekend if no request is made over 1 hour the machine is "not needed"
The "needed" is defined as a request to a url. If the AMI is down or starting up, the automated response for the url should be "please wait the machine is starting" basically a static HTML page. If the AMI is running then the url should be passed to the machine.
This is preferred to be written in AWS Lambda.
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