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Tag: AWS X-Ray

Using the unified CloudWatch Agent to send traces to AWS X-Ray

Today, applications are more distributed than ever before and they no longer run in isolation. This is especially the case when utilizing  Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) or Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). A distributed workload or system is one that encompasses multiple small independent components, all working together to complete a task or job. […]

Analyze AWS Microservices architecture to identify and address performance issues

Amazon Payment Services (APS) is a payment service provider in the Middle East and North Africa. With its secure and seamless payment experience, it empowers businesses to build their online presence. Amazon Payment Services is based on a broad and complex microservice based architecture that are dependent on multiple AWS services, including Amazon Elastic Compute […]

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 […]

Observability using native Amazon CloudWatch and AWS X-Ray for serverless modern applications

Introduction In this blog post, we will share how you can use AWS-native observability tools to measure the current state of your modern serverless applications and how to get started with the minimal effort. We will review tools like Amazon CloudWatch and AWS X-Ray and explore how these services can help you instrument your application […]

Announcing AWS CDK Observability Accelerator for Amazon EKS

Today we are happy to announce the all-new AWS CDK Observability Accelerator – a set of opinionated modules to help you set up observability for your AWS environments with AWS Native services and AWS-managed observability services such as Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus, Amazon Managed Grafana, AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry (ADOT) and Amazon CloudWatch. AWS […]

Approach to migrate Spring Cloud microservices applications to Amazon EKS

In this blog, we will look into how enterprises can approach migrating on-prem Spring Cloud microservices to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). With managed service offerings from AWS, developers can eliminate the need to run and manage cross-cutting services like Service Registry, Config Server and API Gateway. By using AWS services, developers can focus on […]

Enhancing DevOps Practices with Amazon CloudWatch Application Performance Monitoring

Organizations seeking to deliver meaningful technology services at a higher velocity to their customers have incorporated application performance monitoring (APM) into their DevOps operating models. Software development and IT operations teams that have traditionally worked in their own silos now strive to work in concert to increase organizational agility. The transformation path is unique for […]