AWS Management & Governance Blog

Category: Monitoring and observability

Delete Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics dependent resources when you delete a CloudFormation stack

Delete Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics dependent resources when you delete a CloudFormation stack

Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics allows you to monitor application endpoints more easily. It runs tests on your endpoints every minute, and alerts you if your application endpoints don’t behave as expected. These tests can be customized to check for availability, latency, transactions, broken or dead links, page load errors, load latencies for UI assets, complex wizard […]

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Sending Standard CloudFront Access Logs to CloudWatch Logs for Analysis

Sending CloudFront standard logs to CloudWatch Logs for analysis

Amazon CloudFront is a fast content delivery network (CDN) service that securely delivers data, videos, applications, and APIs to customers globally with low latency, high transfer speeds, all within a developer-friendly environment. CloudFront standard logs (also known as access logs) give you visibility into requests that are made to a CloudFront distribution. The logs can […]

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Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) preview updated with new capabilities

Starting today, Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) is now available to all AWS customers in public preview and updated with new features and plugins. AMG manages the provisioning, setup, scaling, and maintenance of Grafana servers, eliminating the need for customers to do this themselves. AMG is seamlessly integrated with AWS Identity and Access Management […]

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Proactive monitoring of application configuration deployment using AWS AppConfig and Amazon CloudWatch

While deploying critical changes to large-scale applications, unexpected errors can render the application unavailable to end users until the changes are manually rolled back. As a best practice, many Amazon teams use AWS AppConfig to deploy application configuration changes. AWS AppConfig is a capability of AWS Systems Manager that you can use to create, manage, […]

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How to automate capture and analysis of CI/CD metrics using AWS DevOps Monitoring Dashboard solution

Across the world, organizations are investing in DevOps tools to improve productivity in their software delivery process. Customers tell us that they want to collect performance and operational metrics on their continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, to quantify value from DevOps automation investments and to identify opportunities to improve efficiency in software delivery capabilities. However, […]

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AWS Network Firewall logs are ingested into CloudWatch and analyzed through Contributor Insights and CloudWatch Logs Insights.

Use Contributor Insights to analyze AWS Network Firewall

AWS recently launched AWS Network Firewall, a stateful, managed network firewall that provides intrusion detection and prevention for Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). In a large-scale enterprise environment, it can be difficult and time-consuming to inspect multiple log groups and log streams. Investigating a security incident across a Network Firewall fleet that spans different VPCs […]

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Multi-step API monitoring using Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics

As customers add more applications, the number of APIs and webpages increase exponentially. The new multi-step HTTP monitoring in Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics offers visibility and helps you proactively solve problems. It helps engineering teams monitor their APIs 24/7 using flexible scripts so that they can maintain SLA compliance. In this post, we show you how […]

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Customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications to your local time zone – Part 2

In part 1 of this series, I cover how to customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications using CloudWatch Events rule. For more information, see the Customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications to your local time zone – Part 1 blog post. In this part, I walk through the process of using Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) […]

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Customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications to your local time zone – Part 1

This two-part series discusses how to customize Amazon CloudWatch alarm notifications to your local time zone. Part 1 covers customizing using CloudWatch Events rule. Part 2 covers customizing using Amazon SNS. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to set alarms and automate actions based on predefined thresholds or machine learning algorithms that identify anomalous behavior in […]

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Using AWS Service Catalog and the AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deliver infrastructure in AMS-governed environments

AWS Managed Services (AMS) operates AWS on your behalf, providing a secure and compliant , a proven enterprise operating model, ongoing cost optimization, and day-to-day infrastructure management. AMS provides a secure and efficient means to make controlled changes to your infrastructure to ensure compliance. Changes are approved and automated through its approval engine. You can […]

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