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Tag: Amazon Managed Grafana

Announcing Amazon Managed Grafana workspace version selection with version 9.4 support

Many customers that use Amazon Managed Grafana have requested for the ability to choose a Grafana version with the latest product features including navigation, dashboards, and visualizations. Today, we are announcing Amazon Managed Grafana workspace version selection with version 9.4 support. Since the product was launched, Amazon Managed Grafana maintained a single version offering globally. […]

Using Open Source Grafana Operator on your Kubernetes cluster to manage Amazon Managed Grafana

Introduction Kubernetes APIs are robust and its control loop mechanism allows us to control the state of resources that are even outside of Kubernetes environments. Customers have shifted their focus towards workload gravity and rely on Kubernetes-native controllers to deploy and manage the lifecycle of external resources such as Cloud resources. We have seen customers […]

Build Cloud Operations skills using the new AWS Observability Training

Full-stack observability at AWS includes AWS-native, Application Performance Monitoring (APM), and open-source solutions, giving you the ability to understand what is happening across your technology stack at any time. AWS Observability lets you collect, correlate, aggregate, and analyze telemetry in your network, infrastructure, and applications in the cloud, hybrid, or on-premises environments so you can gain […]

Announcing inbound network access control in Amazon Managed Grafana

Many customers that use Amazon Managed Grafana have a need to restrict the Grafana workspace public access and enable fine-grained control to allow which traffic sources can reach the Grafana workspace. Today, we are announcing Amazon Managed Grafana’s new feature that supports inbound network access control. This enables you to secure Grafana workspaces using VPC […]

Monitoring Amazon RDS and Amazon Aurora using Amazon Managed Grafana

Organizations running critical applications on AWS using fully managed database services such as Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) and Amazon Aurora rely on robust monitoring to ensure that their databases are performant, and cause no service disruptions to their customers. Amazon Managed Grafana is a fully managed and secure data visualization service that you […]

Visualize and gain insights into your AWS cost and usage with Amazon Managed Grafana

As you migrate workloads to AWS and increase consumption of AWS services, it becomes critical to have a comprehensive view of the value of AWS, as well as to track and effectively manage your AWS cost and usage. AWS offer multiple native services such as AWS Cost Explorer, AWS Budgets, and AWS Cost Anomaly Detection to allow […]

Announcing Prometheus Alertmanager rules in Amazon Managed Grafana

Today, we are announcing Amazon Managed Grafana’s new alerting feature that allows customers to gain visibility into their Prometheus Alertmanager alerts from their Grafana workspace. Customers can continue to use classic Grafana Alerting in their Amazon Managed Grafana workspaces if that experience better fits their needs. Customers using the Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus workspaces to […]

Announcing Private VPC data source support for Amazon Managed Grafana

Today, we are announcing Amazon Managed Grafana support for connecting to data sources inside an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). Customers using Amazon Managed Grafana have been asking for support to connect to data sources that reside in an Amazon VPC and are not publicly accessible. Data in Amazon OpenSearch Service clusters, Amazon RDS instances, self-hosted […]

Enhance Operational Insight by Converting the Output of any AWS SDK Commands to Prometheus Metrics

Have you ever wished you had the output of an AWS Command to enrich your dashboards or alerts? The AWS control plane contains a rich set of information that can be operationally insightful! Recently I encountered a customer running multiple Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) clusters in an IP constrained environment. When a subnet […]

Monitoring Windows desktops on Amazon Workspaces using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus and Amazon Managed Grafana

Many Organizations leverage Amazon Workspaces as a virtual cloud-based Windows desktop as a solution (DAAS) to replace their existing traditional desktop solution to shift the cost and effort of maintaining laptops and desktops to a cloud pay-as-you-go model. Customers using Amazon Workspaces would need the support of managed services to monitor their workspaces environment operations. […]