AWS offers discounted transient virtual instances as a way to sell unused resources in their data-centers, and users can enjoy up to 90% discount as compared to the regular on-demand pricing. Despite the economic incentives to purchase these transient instances, they do not come with regular availability SLAs, meaning that they can be evicted at any moment. Hence, the user is responsible for managing the instance availability to meet the application requirements. In this paper, we present Bricklayer, a software tool that assists users to better use transient resources in the cloud, reducing costs for the same amount of resources, and increasing the overall instance availability. Bricklayer searches for possible combinations of smaller and cheaper instances to compose the requested amount of resources while deploying them into different spot markets to reduce the risk of eviction. We implemented and evaluated Bricklayer using 3 months of historical data from AWS and found out that it can reduce up 54% of the regular spot price and up to 95% compared to the standard on-demand pricing.