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Tag: Amazon Cloudwatch

Improve the Operational Efficiency of Amazon Elasticsearch Service Domains with Automated Alarms Using Amazon CloudWatch

A customer has been successfully creating and running multiple Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES) domains to support their business users’ search needs across products, orders, support documentation, and a growing suite of similar needs. The service has become heavily used across the organization. This led to some domains running at 100% capacity during peak times, while others began to run low on storage space. Because of this increased usage, the technical teams were in danger of missing their service level agreements. They contacted me for help.

This post shows how you can set up automated alarms to warn when domains need attention.

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Dynamically Create Friendly URLs for Your Amazon EMR Web Interfaces

This solution provides a serverless approach to automatically assigning a friendly name for your EMR cluster for easy access to popular notebooks and other web interfaces.

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Visualize and Monitor Amazon EC2 Events with Amazon CloudWatch Events and Amazon Kinesis Firehose

Monitoring your AWS environment is important for security, performance, and cost control purposes. For example, by monitoring and analyzing API calls made to your Amazon EC2 instances, you can trace security incidents and gain insights into administrative behaviors and access patterns. The kinds of events you might monitor include console logins, Amazon EBS snapshot creation/deletion/modification, […]

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Respond to State Changes on Amazon EMR Clusters with Amazon CloudWatch Events

Jonathan Fritz is a Senior Product Manager for Amazon EMR Customers can take advantage of the Amazon EMR API to create and terminate EMR clusters, scale clusters using Auto Scaling or manual resizing, and submit and run Apache Spark, Apache Hive, or Apache Pig workloads. These decisions are often triggered from cluster state-related information. Previously, […]

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Analyze a Time Series in Real Time with AWS Lambda, Amazon Kinesis and Amazon DynamoDB Streams

This is a guest post by Richard Freeman, Ph.D., a solutions architect and data scientist at JustGiving. JustGiving in their own words: “We are one of the world’s largest social platforms for giving that’s helped 26.1 million registered users in 196 countries raise $3.8 billion for over 27,000 good causes.” Introduction As more devices, sensors […]

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