Posted On: Oct 18, 2019

You can now monitor your AWS IoT Things Graph workflows using AWS CloudWatch metrics. You can collect metrics for workflow steps that are executed by AWS IoT Things Graph, including success count, failure count, and total count and then set alarm thresholds for each of these metrics within AWS CloudWatch.  For example, you can set alarms that watch for the number of flows that have failed, and send notifications to a downstream application or to an operator.

AWS IoT Things Graph is a fully managed service that enables customers to rapidly build IoT applications using a visual drag-and-drop interface to connect and coordinate any devices and web services of their choice.  Once customers are ready to deploy their application, AWS IoT Things Graph automatically stitches together low-level device and service details (e.g., communication protocols, unit conversions), so they can communicate with one another with little custom code, saving customers time, effort, and money. Customers can deploy their application to either the AWS IoT Cloud or Greengrass-enabled gateway.

You can learn more about AWS IoT Things Graph here, as well as read more about its features here