ProsperOps only needs least privilege access to actively manage your RI portfolio and passively monitor your cost data and EC2 estate. No agent is required, only an AWS IAM role. That role prevents our ability to manipulate (launch, start, stop, terminate) your EC2 instances and we have no ability to access the EC2 instances themselves. As such, ProsperOps has no ability to impact application performance, availability, etc.

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