Yesterday, Amazon announced support for the new T2 node types for ElastiCache. These node types are supported for both Memcache nodes and Redis nodes. More information about that announcement can be found at https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/elasticache-t2-support/.
Today, we are happy to say that Skeddly supports these new T2 node types for our ElastiCache actions. So now you can schedule the creation and deletion of a t2.medium ElastiCache cluster.