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Tag: Monitoring

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Dynamically adjusting X-Ray sampling rules

In a distributed system environment, tracing service-to-service interactions is essential to easily identify service bottlenecks, faults, and errors. AWS X-Ray allows you to set up tracing on your applications hosted on a variety of compute environments, such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Amazon Elastic […]

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Instantly monitor serverless applications with AWS Resource Groups

Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications without thinking about servers. Building serverless applications means that your developers can focus on their core product instead of worrying about managing and operating servers. This reduced overhead lets developers reclaim time and energy that can be spent on developing great products that scale and are reliable. […]

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Actionable Insights based on anomaly detection in AWS X-Ray

Today, we launched in public preview X-Ray Insights, a new feature of AWS X-Ray, which uses anomaly detection to create actionable insights about any anomalies in your application. AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug distributed applications. With this launch, you will be able to proactively identify issues in your applications caused by increases in the […]

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Visualizing AWS CloudTrail Events using Kibana

In this blog post you learn how to visualize AWS CloudTrail events, near real time, using Kibana. This solution is useful if you use an ELK (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana) stack to aggregate logs from all your systems and applications, analyze these logs, and create visualizations for application and infrastructure monitoring. This solution is also useful […]

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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 […]

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Introducing Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights for Amazon ECS

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) lets you monitor resources using Amazon CloudWatch, a service that provides metrics for CPU and memory reservation and cluster and services utilization. In the past, you had to enable custom monitoring of services and tasks. Now, you can monitor, troubleshoot, and set alarms for all your Amazon ECS resources using […]

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Get visibility into application health with Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights for .NET and SQL Server

To provide a reliable service to your customers, you need to make sure that your business-critical applications are healthy. If you have ever been involved in the monitoring process, you’re probably already aware of its complexity. You need to identify and configure the right set of monitors for various parts of your application and infrastructure, […]

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How Twitch monitors its services with Amazon CloudWatch

by Alex Cioc and Steve McCurry Twitch is the leading service and community for multiplayer entertainment and is owned by Amazon. Twitch also provides social and features and micro-transaction features that drive content engagement for its audiences. These services operate at a high transaction volume. Twitch uses Amazon CloudWatch to monitor its business-critical services. It […]

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