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Category: Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS)

Control developer account costs with AWS CloudFormation and AWS Budgets

Often when working with customers, we guide them by using AWS Budgets and related tools in the AWS platform in order to create cost and utilization guardrails. These tools can be used to conduct advanced, automated, and hands-free actions within your AWS environment – even across multiple accounts. This post will walk you through a […]

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How to integrate Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus with Slack

Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus is a serverless Prometheus-compatible monitoring service for metrics to securely monitor container environments at scale. Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus lets you utilize open source Prometheus query language (PromQL) to monitor containerized workload performance without having to manage the underlying infrastructure required for the ingestion, storage, alerting, and querying of […]

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Using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus Alert Manager to receive alerts with PagerDuty

Many customers using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus are transitioning from their self-managed Prometheus systems to the fully managed service. Within this transition journey, Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus users need ways to migrate their existing Prometheus and Alert Manager configurations. PagerDuty is a receiver used by many customers to route alerts to their internal […]

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Monitor your Lambda function and get notified with AWS Chatbot

Monitor your Lambda function and get notified with AWS Chatbot

AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service that helps you run code without provisioning or managing hardware. You can run AWS Lambda function to execute a code in response to triggers such as changes in data or system state. For example, you can use Amazon S3 to trigger AWS Lambda to process data immediately after […]

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Monitor Amazon EventBridge events in your Slack channels with AWS Chatbot

DevOps teams use chat collaboration platforms such as Slack and Amazon Chime to monitor systems and respond to events. When AWS Chatbot is integrated with Slack and Chime, users can monitor and interact with AWS resources from the chat channels, which reduces context switching between applications. DevOps users now can receive notifications from more than […]

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Use AWS Control Tower to automate configuration of AWS accounts for ServiceNow IT operations management

Use AWS Control Tower lifecycle events to automate configuration of AWS accounts for ServiceNow IT operations management

Several organizations that I work with use ServiceNow’s IT Operations management capabilities for their on-premises infrastructure and want to leverage the same capabilities for their AWS environment as well. Some of the core capabilities of ServiceNow’s IT Operations management are ServiceNow Discovery, Event Management and Cloud Management. Currently, customers who want to enable ServiceNow’s Cloud […]

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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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Figure 1: CloudTrail Process Flow

How to optimize AWS CloudTrail costs by using advanced event selectors

AWS CloudTrail can be used for security, monitoring restricted API calls, notification of threshold breaches, operational issues, filtering mechanisms for isolating data, faster root cause identification, and speedy resolution. CloudTrail can also be used for various compliance and governance controls, by helping you achieve compliance by logging API calls and changes to resources. Event selectors […]

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