Cloud Computing is becoming the leading paradigm for executing scientific and engineering workflows. The large-scale nature of the experiments they model and their variable workloads make clouds the ideal execution environment due to prompt and elastic access to huge amounts of computing resources. Autoscalers are middleware-level software components that allow scaling up and down the computing platform by acquiring or terminating virtual machines (VM) at the time that workflow's tasks are being scheduled. In this work we propose a novel online multi-objective autoscaler for workflows denominated Cloud Multi-objective Intelligence (CMI), that aims at the minimization of makespan, monetary cost and the potential impact of errors derived from unreliable VMs. In addition, this problem is subject to monetary budget constraints. CMI is responsible for periodically solving the autoscaling problems encountered along the execution of a workflow. Simulation experiments on four well-known workflows exhibit that CMI significantly outperforms a state-of-the-art autoscaler of similar characteristics called Spot Instances Aware Autoscaling (SIAA). These results convey a solid base for deepening in the study of other meta-heuristic methods for autoscaling workflow applications using cheap but unreliable infrastructures.