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Tag: Amazon Elasticsearch Service

How Hapag-Lloyd established observability for serverless multi-account workloads

This post is co-authored by Grzegorz Kaczor from Hapag-Lloyd AG and Michael Graumann and Daniel Moser from AWS. Introduction Establishing observability over the state, performance, health, and security posture of applications is key to successfully operating multi-account workloads in the cloud. As the number and size of workloads increases, finding and correlating all available information […]

How to aggregate and visualize AWS Health events using AWS Organizations and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. In this post, I show you how to aggregate AWS Health events centrally from all accounts in your organization using AWS Organizations, AWS Lambda, and AWS Health API, and then build automation to ingest and visualize the operations data using […]