When an Auto Scaling group is running in Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), your application rapidly scales up and
down in response to load within a 10-minute window; however, after the load peaks, you begin to see problems in your
configuration management system where previously terminated Amazon EC2 resources are still showing as active. What
would be a reliable and efficient way to handle the cleanup of Amazon EC2 resources within your configuration
management system? (Choose two.)
Write a script that is run by a daily cron job on an Amazon EC2 instance and that executes API Describe calls of the EC2 Auto Scaling
group and removes terminated instances from the configuration management system.
Configure an Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) queue for Auto Scaling actions that has a script that listens for new messages
and removes terminated instances from the configuration management system.
Use your existing configuration management system to control the launching and bootstrapping of instances to reduce the number of
moving parts in the automation.
Write a small script that is run during Amazon EC2 instance shutdown to de-register the resource from the configuration management
Use Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) to maintain an Amazon DynamoDB database that contains a whitelist of instances that
have been previously launched, and allow the Amazon SWF worker to remove information from the configuration management system.