AWS SDK Version 3 for .NET
API Reference

AWS services or capabilities described in AWS Documentation may vary by region/location. Click Getting Started with Amazon AWS to see specific differences applicable to the China (Beijing) Region.

Describes the configuration of a Spot Fleet request.

Inheritance Hierarchy

System.Object
  Amazon.EC2.Model.SpotFleetRequestConfigData

Namespace: Amazon.EC2.Model
Assembly: AWSSDK.EC2.dll
Version: 3.x.y.z

Syntax

C#
public class SpotFleetRequestConfigData

The SpotFleetRequestConfigData type exposes the following members

Constructors

Properties

NameTypeDescription
Public Property AllocationStrategy Amazon.EC2.AllocationStrategy

Gets and sets the property AllocationStrategy.

The strategy that determines how to allocate the target Spot Instance capacity across the Spot Instance pools specified by the Spot Fleet launch configuration. For more information, see Allocation strategies for Spot Instances in the Amazon EC2 User Guide.

priceCapacityOptimized (recommended)

Spot Fleet identifies the pools with the highest capacity availability for the number of instances that are launching. This means that we will request Spot Instances from the pools that we believe have the lowest chance of interruption in the near term. Spot Fleet then requests Spot Instances from the lowest priced of these pools.

capacityOptimized

Spot Fleet identifies the pools with the highest capacity availability for the number of instances that are launching. This means that we will request Spot Instances from the pools that we believe have the lowest chance of interruption in the near term. To give certain instance types a higher chance of launching first, use capacityOptimizedPrioritized. Set a priority for each instance type by using the Priority parameter for LaunchTemplateOverrides. You can assign the same priority to different LaunchTemplateOverrides. EC2 implements the priorities on a best-effort basis, but optimizes for capacity first. capacityOptimizedPrioritized is supported only if your Spot Fleet uses a launch template. Note that if the OnDemandAllocationStrategy is set to prioritized, the same priority is applied when fulfilling On-Demand capacity.

diversified

Spot Fleet requests instances from all of the Spot Instance pools that you specify.

lowestPrice

Spot Fleet requests instances from the lowest priced Spot Instance pool that has available capacity. If the lowest priced pool doesn't have available capacity, the Spot Instances come from the next lowest priced pool that has available capacity. If a pool runs out of capacity before fulfilling your desired capacity, Spot Fleet will continue to fulfill your request by drawing from the next lowest priced pool. To ensure that your desired capacity is met, you might receive Spot Instances from several pools. Because this strategy only considers instance price and not capacity availability, it might lead to high interruption rates.

Default: lowestPrice

Public Property ClientToken System.String

Gets and sets the property ClientToken.

A unique, case-sensitive identifier that you provide to ensure the idempotency of your listings. This helps to avoid duplicate listings. For more information, see Ensuring Idempotency.

Public Property Context System.String

Gets and sets the property Context.

Reserved.

Public Property ExcessCapacityTerminationPolicy Amazon.EC2.ExcessCapacityTerminationPolicy

Gets and sets the property ExcessCapacityTerminationPolicy.

Indicates whether running instances should be terminated if you decrease the target capacity of the Spot Fleet request below the current size of the Spot Fleet.

Supported only for fleets of type maintain.

Public Property FulfilledCapacity System.Double

Gets and sets the property FulfilledCapacity.

The number of units fulfilled by this request compared to the set target capacity. You cannot set this value.

Public Property IamFleetRole System.String

Gets and sets the property IamFleetRole.

The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an Identity and Access Management (IAM) role that grants the Spot Fleet the permission to request, launch, terminate, and tag instances on your behalf. For more information, see Spot Fleet prerequisites in the Amazon EC2 User Guide. Spot Fleet can terminate Spot Instances on your behalf when you cancel its Spot Fleet request using CancelSpotFleetRequests or when the Spot Fleet request expires, if you set TerminateInstancesWithExpiration.

Public Property InstanceInterruptionBehavior Amazon.EC2.InstanceInterruptionBehavior

Gets and sets the property InstanceInterruptionBehavior.

The behavior when a Spot Instance is interrupted. The default is terminate.

Public Property InstancePoolsToUseCount System.Int32

Gets and sets the property InstancePoolsToUseCount.

The number of Spot pools across which to allocate your target Spot capacity. Valid only when Spot AllocationStrategy is set to lowest-price. Spot Fleet selects the cheapest Spot pools and evenly allocates your target Spot capacity across the number of Spot pools that you specify.

Note that Spot Fleet attempts to draw Spot Instances from the number of pools that you specify on a best effort basis. If a pool runs out of Spot capacity before fulfilling your target capacity, Spot Fleet will continue to fulfill your request by drawing from the next cheapest pool. To ensure that your target capacity is met, you might receive Spot Instances from more than the number of pools that you specified. Similarly, if most of the pools have no Spot capacity, you might receive your full target capacity from fewer than the number of pools that you specified.

Public Property LaunchSpecifications System.Collections.Generic.List<Amazon.EC2.Model.SpotFleetLaunchSpecification>

Gets and sets the property LaunchSpecifications.

The launch specifications for the Spot Fleet request. If you specify LaunchSpecifications, you can't specify LaunchTemplateConfigs. If you include On-Demand capacity in your request, you must use LaunchTemplateConfigs.

If an AMI specified in a launch specification is deregistered or disabled, no new instances can be launched from the AMI. For fleets of type maintain, the target capacity will not be maintained.

Public Property LaunchTemplateConfigs System.Collections.Generic.List<Amazon.EC2.Model.LaunchTemplateConfig>

Gets and sets the property LaunchTemplateConfigs.

The launch template and overrides. If you specify LaunchTemplateConfigs, you can't specify LaunchSpecifications. If you include On-Demand capacity in your request, you must use LaunchTemplateConfigs.

Public Property LoadBalancersConfig Amazon.EC2.Model.LoadBalancersConfig

Gets and sets the property LoadBalancersConfig.

One or more Classic Load Balancers and target groups to attach to the Spot Fleet request. Spot Fleet registers the running Spot Instances with the specified Classic Load Balancers and target groups.

With Network Load Balancers, Spot Fleet cannot register instances that have the following instance types: C1, CC1, CC2, CG1, CG2, CR1, CS1, G1, G2, HI1, HS1, M1, M2, M3, and T1.

Public Property OnDemandAllocationStrategy Amazon.EC2.OnDemandAllocationStrategy

Gets and sets the property OnDemandAllocationStrategy.

The order of the launch template overrides to use in fulfilling On-Demand capacity. If you specify lowestPrice, Spot Fleet uses price to determine the order, launching the lowest price first. If you specify prioritized, Spot Fleet uses the priority that you assign to each Spot Fleet launch template override, launching the highest priority first. If you do not specify a value, Spot Fleet defaults to lowestPrice.

Public Property OnDemandFulfilledCapacity System.Double

Gets and sets the property OnDemandFulfilledCapacity.

The number of On-Demand units fulfilled by this request compared to the set target On-Demand capacity.

Public Property OnDemandMaxTotalPrice System.String

Gets and sets the property OnDemandMaxTotalPrice.

The maximum amount per hour for On-Demand Instances that you're willing to pay. You can use the onDemandMaxTotalPrice parameter, the spotMaxTotalPrice parameter, or both parameters to ensure that your fleet cost does not exceed your budget. If you set a maximum price per hour for the On-Demand Instances and Spot Instances in your request, Spot Fleet will launch instances until it reaches the maximum amount you're willing to pay. When the maximum amount you're willing to pay is reached, the fleet stops launching instances even if it hasn’t met the target capacity.

If your fleet includes T instances that are configured as unlimited, and if their average CPU usage exceeds the baseline utilization, you will incur a charge for surplus credits. The onDemandMaxTotalPrice does not account for surplus credits, and, if you use surplus credits, your final cost might be higher than what you specified for onDemandMaxTotalPrice. For more information, see Surplus credits can incur charges in the EC2 User Guide.

Public Property OnDemandTargetCapacity System.Int32

Gets and sets the property OnDemandTargetCapacity.

The number of On-Demand units to request. You can choose to set the target capacity in terms of instances or a performance characteristic that is important to your application workload, such as vCPUs, memory, or I/O. If the request type is maintain, you can specify a target capacity of 0 and add capacity later.

Public Property ReplaceUnhealthyInstances System.Boolean

Gets and sets the property ReplaceUnhealthyInstances.

Indicates whether Spot Fleet should replace unhealthy instances.

Public Property SpotMaintenanceStrategies Amazon.EC2.Model.SpotMaintenanceStrategies

Gets and sets the property SpotMaintenanceStrategies.

The strategies for managing your Spot Instances that are at an elevated risk of being interrupted.

Public Property SpotMaxTotalPrice System.String

Gets and sets the property SpotMaxTotalPrice.

The maximum amount per hour for Spot Instances that you're willing to pay. You can use the spotMaxTotalPrice parameter, the onDemandMaxTotalPrice parameter, or both parameters to ensure that your fleet cost does not exceed your budget. If you set a maximum price per hour for the On-Demand Instances and Spot Instances in your request, Spot Fleet will launch instances until it reaches the maximum amount you're willing to pay. When the maximum amount you're willing to pay is reached, the fleet stops launching instances even if it hasn’t met the target capacity.

If your fleet includes T instances that are configured as unlimited, and if their average CPU usage exceeds the baseline utilization, you will incur a charge for surplus credits. The spotMaxTotalPrice does not account for surplus credits, and, if you use surplus credits, your final cost might be higher than what you specified for spotMaxTotalPrice. For more information, see Surplus credits can incur charges in the EC2 User Guide.

Public Property SpotPrice System.String

Gets and sets the property SpotPrice.

The maximum price per unit hour that you are willing to pay for a Spot Instance. We do not recommend using this parameter because it can lead to increased interruptions. If you do not specify this parameter, you will pay the current Spot price.

If you specify a maximum price, your instances will be interrupted more frequently than if you do not specify this parameter.

Public Property TagSpecifications System.Collections.Generic.List<Amazon.EC2.Model.TagSpecification>

Gets and sets the property TagSpecifications.

The key-value pair for tagging the Spot Fleet request on creation. The value for ResourceType must be spot-fleet-request, otherwise the Spot Fleet request fails. To tag instances at launch, specify the tags in the launch template (valid only if you use LaunchTemplateConfigs) or in the SpotFleetTagSpecification (valid only if you use LaunchSpecifications). For information about tagging after launch, see Tag your resources.

Public Property TargetCapacity System.Int32

Gets and sets the property TargetCapacity.

The number of units to request for the Spot Fleet. You can choose to set the target capacity in terms of instances or a performance characteristic that is important to your application workload, such as vCPUs, memory, or I/O. If the request type is maintain, you can specify a target capacity of 0 and add capacity later.

Public Property TargetCapacityUnitType Amazon.EC2.TargetCapacityUnitType

Gets and sets the property TargetCapacityUnitType.

The unit for the target capacity. You can specify this parameter only when using attribute-based instance type selection.

Default: units (the number of instances)

Public Property TerminateInstancesWithExpiration System.Boolean

Gets and sets the property TerminateInstancesWithExpiration.

Indicates whether running Spot Instances are terminated when the Spot Fleet request expires.

Public Property Type Amazon.EC2.FleetType

Gets and sets the property Type.

The type of request. Indicates whether the Spot Fleet only requests the target capacity or also attempts to maintain it. When this value is request, the Spot Fleet only places the required requests. It does not attempt to replenish Spot Instances if capacity is diminished, nor does it submit requests in alternative Spot pools if capacity is not available. When this value is maintain, the Spot Fleet maintains the target capacity. The Spot Fleet places the required requests to meet capacity and automatically replenishes any interrupted instances. Default: maintain. instant is listed but is not used by Spot Fleet.

Public Property ValidFrom System.DateTime

Gets and sets the property ValidFromUtc.

This property is deprecated. Setting this property results in non-UTC DateTimes not being marshalled correctly. Use ValidFromUtc instead. Setting either ValidFrom or ValidFromUtc results in both ValidFrom and ValidFromUtc being assigned, the latest assignment to either one of the two property is reflected in the value of both. ValidFrom is provided for backwards compatibility only and assigning a non-Utc DateTime to it results in the wrong timestamp being passed to the service.

The start date and time of the request, in UTC format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ). By default, Amazon EC2 starts fulfilling the request immediately.

Public Property ValidFromUtc System.DateTime

Gets and sets the property ValidFromUtc.

The start date and time of the request, in UTC format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ). By default, Amazon EC2 starts fulfilling the request immediately.

Public Property ValidUntil System.DateTime

Gets and sets the property ValidUntilUtc.

This property is deprecated. Setting this property results in non-UTC DateTimes not being marshalled correctly. Use ValidUntilUtc instead. Setting either ValidUntil or ValidUntilUtc results in both ValidUntil and ValidUntilUtc being assigned, the latest assignment to either one of the two property is reflected in the value of both. ValidUntil is provided for backwards compatibility only and assigning a non-Utc DateTime to it results in the wrong timestamp being passed to the service.

The end date and time of the request, in UTC format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ). After the end date and time, no new Spot Instance requests are placed or able to fulfill the request. If no value is specified, the Spot Fleet request remains until you cancel it.

Public Property ValidUntilUtc System.DateTime

Gets and sets the property ValidUntilUtc.

The end date and time of the request, in UTC format (YYYY-MM-DDTHH:MM:SSZ). After the end date and time, no new Spot Instance requests are placed or able to fulfill the request. If no value is specified, the Spot Fleet request remains until you cancel it.

Version Information

.NET:
Supported in: 8.0 and newer, Core 3.1

.NET Standard:
Supported in: 2.0

.NET Framework:
Supported in: 4.5 and newer, 3.5