Category: Amazon CloudWatch
Atlassian Confluence lets you create, capture, and collaborate on projects or ideas while creating and sharing knowledge articles with your colleague and organization. Learn how to use an AWS Lambda function to customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications and embed an Atlassian Confluence knowledge article within it. We’ll also explore the option to build a pipeline to carry the metrics notification from source instance to CloudWatch and Amazon SNS.
In this post, delve into the process of detecting tenant activities within microservices spanning multiple AWS accounts. We provide insights into instrumenting AWS Lambda functions to include tenant information in tracing using ADOT and demonstrated how to establish a service map across several AWS accounts using Amazon CloudWatch. By leveraging AWS observability technology, SaaS providers can enhance operational efficiency and redirect their attention towards their desired development goals.
Customers can use Grafana Cloud to connect over 60 of the most popular AWS services. Interacting with those services in Grafana Cloud is easier than ever, providing one portal to set up and manage an entire AWS observability strategy. This post takes a closer look at the changes that will make it easier to manage your AWS environment. Grafana Labs supports users’ infrastructure and applications wherever they are, regardless of data type or source.
Monitoring and managing cloud-based resources is crucial for maintaining performance, troubleshooting issues, and ensuring the health of your infrastructure. Learn about the integration of Amazon CloudWatch with VMware Cloud on AWS with a focus on monitoring the workload of virtual machines. We’ll elaborate on the benefits of integrating CloudWatch with other AWS services as well as third-party services like ServiceNow ITSM tool and IBM Netcool.
How eCloudvalley Enables Monitoring and Observability in Amazon EKS with AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry
Monitoring containerized applications can be challenging due to the isolated environment that containers provide. A comprehensive monitoring strategy is essential, including how to choose tools to collect and analyze resource usage, network traffic, and application logs. Learn how eCloudvalley leverages AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry to help customers centralize their monitoring in Amazon CloudWatch for their Amazon EKS environment.
Gremlin is an AWS Partner that gives users a solution for safely and securely improving the reliability of their technology stack. Teams can use Gremlin to find hidden reliability risks, standardize reliability testing and measurement, and simulate real-world outages with an ever-growing library of tests. Learn how to test and measure the reliability of AWS systems using Gremlin Reliability Management and Amazon CloudWatch.
Prometheus is an open-source systems monitoring and alerting toolkit which many companies and organizations have adopted. OpsWatch from Arvato Systems helps to bridge the gap between Prometheus native and non-native Amazon CloudWatch metrics and Amazon GuardDuty events. OpsWatch does this by consuming metrics, transforming and enriching them. They can be displayed in dashboards and/or trigger alerts. This gives the operator a single pane of Prometheus with powerful monitoring capabilities.
Customers considering advanced monitoring solutions based on machine learning to reduce false alarm notifications can choose DXC Technology as their implementation partner due to its vast domain experience across industry verticals and deep cloud technology expertise. Learn how DXC analyzed the challenges faced by a large global pharmaceutical company and how the proposed monitoring solution helped the customer save effort in handling false incidents.
Learn how TalaTek uses Amazon CloudWatch as an alternative to traditional SIEM solutions with the same functionality. CloudWatch gives TalaTek system-wide visibility, allowing them to monitor their AWS-based SaaS solution, the TalaTek Intelligent Governance and Risk Integrated Solution (TiGRIS). CloudWatch helps TalaTek keep TiGRIS running efficiently while allowing us to meet FedRAMP logging requirements.
Unifying Cloud Infrastructure and Application Performance Data with AppDynamics and Amazon CloudWatch
AppDynamics (part of Cisco) is an application and business performance monitoring solution that allows you to prioritize your workflows with unified visibility, ensuring your cloud-native apps deliver business value in production. AppDynamics can now retrieve data from Amazon CloudWatch metrics via an AWS metric retrieval API endpoint called GetMetricData, enabling you to pull as many as 500 different metrics in a single request, with a total of 100,800 data points per call.