The Stop RDS Instances action stops your RDS Instances on demand.
Working in conjunction with the Start RDS Instances, these actions automate RDS instance management, help optimization of resource usage and costs, and provide the flexibility to scale compute resources up or down as your workload demands.
The action uses the following AWS RDS API endpoints to target and stop RDS Instances:
Access to all four endpoints is required.
You may need the Stop RDS Instances action to confirm the targeted RDS Instances have finish stopping before moving onto the next action in a rule.
You can achieve this using the Stop RDS Instances action’s Wait panel, pictured:
If you select Wait for RDS Instances to Stop, the action will wait until the
describeDBInstances endpoint returns