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How to monitor AWS WAF logging centrally using Amazon Managed Grafana

It is important for cloud security operations teams to maintain a high level of cloud security and detect and respond to malicious web activity in near real-time. AWS WAF helps protect web applications from common web exploits that could affect application availability, compromise security, or consume excessive resources. However, as your cloud environment scales with […]

Autoscaling Kubernetes workloads with KEDA using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus metrics

Introduction With the rising popularity of applications hosted on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), a key challenge is handling increases in traffic and load efficiently. Traditionally, you would have to manually scale out your applications by adding more instances – an approach that’s time-consuming, inefficient, and prone to over or under provisioning. A better […]

Real User Monitoring with Amazon CloudWatch RUM and Amazon Managed Grafana

Real User Monitoring with Amazon CloudWatch RUM and Amazon Managed Grafana

In today’s fast-paced digital world, users expect fast and reliable web experiences. Slow-loading pages, errors, and other performance issues can lead to lower engagement and conversion rates, ultimately hurting a business’s bottom line. That’s where Real User Monitoring (RUM) comes in. Real User Monitoring (RUM) is a crucial aspect of modern web application development, allowing developers and […]

Automating Amazon EC2 Instances Monitoring with Prometheus EC2 Service Discovery and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

Traditionally, scraping application Prometheus metrics required manual updates to a configuration file, posing challenges in dynamic AWS environments where Amazon EC2 instances are frequently created or terminated. This not only proves time consuming but also introduces the risk of configuration errors, lacking the agility necessary in dynamic environments. In this blog post, we will demonstrate […]

Visualize AWS Health events using Amazon Managed Grafana

Introduction In this blog post you will learn how to visualize AWS Health events using Amazon Managed Grafana to gain deeper insights across multiple Health events in a centralized place. When used in conjunction with AWS Health, Grafana can enhance the ability to respond to issues, optimize performance, and ensure the overall Health of the […]

Monitoring and Visualizing Amazon EKS signals with Kiali and AWS managed open-source services

Microservices architecture enables scalability and agility for modern applications. However, distributed systems can introduce complexity when troubleshooting issues across services on different machines. To gain observability into microservices environments, operators need tools to monitor, analyze, and debug the interconnected services. Istio service mesh connects, secures, and observes microservices communications. It provides a way to manage […]

Extend your Amazon Managed Grafana experience with Grafana community plugins

Today, Amazon Managed Grafana announces a new self-service plugin management experience for Grafana community plugins, that enables you to unify data from a wider variety of data sources with visualizations tailored to analyze your unique datasets. Grafana community plugins provide an expansive array of tailor-made solutions to address diverse visualization use cases. With this release, […]

Analyzing Amazon Lex conversation log data with Amazon Managed Grafana

To support business and internal processes, organizations are increasing their use of conversational interfaces. They offer opportunities for more availability, improved service levels, and reduced costs. As these conversational services become more important, so, does the need to monitor performance and effectiveness of these interfaces with analytics and dashboards. This analysis is used to drive […]

Monitoring GPU workloads on Amazon EKS using AWS managed open-source services

As machine learning (ML) workloads continue to grow in popularity, many customers are looking to run them on Kubernetes with graphics processing unit (GPU) support. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances powered by NVIDIA GPUs deliver the scalable performance needed for fast ML training and cost-effective ML inference. Monitoring GPU utilization gives valuable information for researchers working […]

Monitor IoT device health at scale with Amazon Managed Grafana­­

Businesses today employ IoT devices to monitor the health of their equipment, ranging from machines on a factory floor to inventory tracking sensor locations. Insights from these IoT device fleets make them part of critical business infrastructure, however deriving meaningful insights from these IoT device fleets at scale is a common challenge customers face. IT […]