AWS Certified Solutions Architect - Professional (#351)

A company has a website that enables users to upload videos. Company policy states the uploaded videos must be analyzed for restricted content. An uploaded video is placed in Amazon S3, and a message is pushed to an Amazon SQS queue with the video’s location. A backend application pulls this location from Amazon SQS and analyzes the video. The video analysis is compute-intensive and occurs sporadically during the day. The website scales with demand. The video analysis application runs on a fixed number of instances. Peak demand occurs during the holidays, so the company must add instances to the application during this time. All instances used are currently on-demand Amazon EC2 T2 instances. The company wants to reduce the cost of the current solution. Which of the following solutions is MOST cost-effective?

Keep the website on T2 instances. Determine the minimum number of website instances required during off-peak times and use Spot Instances to cover them while using Reserved Instances to cover the peak demand. Use Amazon EC2 R4 and Amazon EC2 R5 Reserved Instances in an Auto Scaling group for the video analysis application.
Keep the website on T2 instances. Determine the minimum number of website instances required during off-peak times and use Reserved Instances to cover them while using On-Demand Instances to cover peak demand. Use Spot Fleet for the video analysis application comprised of Amazon EC2 C4 and Amazon EC2 C5 Spot Instances.
Migrate the website to AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Amazon EC2 C4 instances. Determine the minimum number of website instances required during off-peak times and use On-Demand Instances to cover them while using Spot capacity to cover peak demands. Use Spot Fleet for the video analysis application comprised of C4 and Amazon EC2 C5 instances.
Migrate the website to AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Amazon EC2 R4 instances. Determine the minimum number of website instances required during off-peak times and use Reserved Instances to cover them while using On-Demand Instances to cover peak demands. Use Spot Fleet for the video analysis application comprised of R4 and Amazon EC2 R5 instances.