Exchange 2016 hosted on AWS is down and CPU is full on periodic basis

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I am suffering a critical issue. I have exchange 2016 hosted on AWS. On periodic basis the CPU is full and the server is down. I search in event viewer but i did not find any thing that help. Active directory and DNS are on the same errors. Is there any way to know the reason of this issue?

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  • ToddN2000
    What errors are you getting and what do you mean CPU is full? Do you mean it's at 100 percent processing power? If so what other service and applications are running at this same time? What are the current system specs? You may need a more powerful system.
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  • Ramysameh
    This server holds Exchange server 2016, Active Directory + DNS.
    Processor is Intel Xeon E5-2686@2.3 GHZ ,Memory 30 GB .
    I think that theses specs is suitable. What do you think?
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  • ToddN2000
    The specs seem to be adequate. Have you tried contacting AWS to see if there is a problem on either end with the connection or the configuration? If the server keeps dropping it may be something uniquely wrong.  If this is being used for mail have you checked out the troubleshooting page?
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  • Ramysameh
    AWS is not responsible for any applications crash. I have many servers on AWS and this is the only one that make this problem. Is this issue is related to Exchange.
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