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Tag: Metrics

New architecture used by FireEye using EMF log format

Lowering costs and focusing on our customers with Amazon CloudWatch embedded custom metrics

This post was authored by Martin Holste, CTO for Cloud at FireEye. Amazon CloudWatch provides a mechanism to publish metrics through logs using a format called Embedded Metric Format (EMF). You can use this to ingest complex application metric data to CloudWatch along with other log data. Although you can use this feature in all […]

Monitor your private internal endpoints 24×7 using CloudWatch Synthetics

Introduction Since Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics launched in 2019, Synthetics canaries have become the first line of defense to reliably alert developers if their public endpoints, including REST APIs and URLs, show unexpected latencies or availability drops. In addition, Synthetics canaries can also monitor for broken links, or unauthorized content changes resulting from phishing, code injection, […]

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Enhancing workload observability using Amazon CloudWatch Embedded Metric Format

Builders who run their workloads on AWS have many needs. In order to best serve their own customers, they need access to a reliable platform on which to run those workloads. They need flexible compute options, scalable data storage, and robust networking. They must make their workloads both scalable and highly available. Builders also desire […]

New features of Run Command: Copy to new, rerun, and CloudWatch Metrics

In this blog post, I cover new features of AWS Systems Manger Run Command that make deploying and testing automation at scale easier. AWS Systems Manager is a great platform to simplify the task of managing infrastructure at scale. One of the key features of this platform is Run Command, which enables automation of common […]