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autoscaling with wildfly and nginx

 
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How to build autoscaling with EC2 for wildfly? I did figure out how I can build an EC2 instance with wildfly by taking help of s3 bucket through launch template. I am not using containers at this time.
But when really autoscaling happens i.e. scale out, how would the code will get deployed to a new instance built through launch template?

In parallel , I am exploring that how would I can update nginx upstream? Do I just need to somehow figure out how ALB name  or I need to get individual IP of the machine via Lambda?
 
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