Amazon DevOps Guru Documentation
Consolidate operational data from multiple sources
Amazon DevOps Guru analyzes and consolidates streams of operational data from multiple sources such as Amazon CloudWatch metrics, AWS Config, AWS CloudFormation, and AWS X- Ray and provides you with a console dashboard to search for and visualize anomalies in your operational data, thereby reducing the need to use multiple tools.
Leverage ML-powered insights
Amazon DevOps Guru helps improve application availability and remediates operational issues by leveraging ML-powered recommendations. It ingests and analyzes metrics, logs, events, and traces to establish normal bounds for application behavior. DevOps Guru then looks for deviations from normal behavior and aggregates anomalies to create operational insights based on component relationships in your application. Operational insights include information on which components are impacted, identification of related anomalies, and recommendations on how to remediate using contextual data.
Developers and operators can enable Amazon DevOps Guru to configure and set up alarms for their applications. As applications evolve and you adopt new services, DevOps Guru recognizes the new resources and ingests related metrics. It can then alert you when a deviation occurs from normal operating patterns without requiring any manual updates to rules and alarms.
Detect the most critical issues with minimal noise
Amazon DevOps Guru provides operational insights for critical issues that impact applications.
Integrate with AWS services and third-party tools
Amazon DevOps Guru natively integrates with Amazon CloudWatch, AWS Config, AWS CloudFormation, and AWS X-Ray to discover and track connections and dependencies between application components. It also natively integrates with AWS Systems Manager, enabling you to receive an OpsItem in OpsCenter for each insight that DevOps Guru generates. DevOps Guru is also integrated with third-party incident management tools which are able to ingest SNS notifications from DevOps Guru, so you can manage incidents within their respective platforms.
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