Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus

Highly available, secure, and managed monitoring for your containerized systems

Use Prometheus query language (PromQL) to filter, aggregate, ingest, and query millions of unique time series metrics from your self-managed Kubernetes clusters.

Automatically scale as your ingestion and query needs grow, and maintain consistent response times for large container deployments.

Integrate with AWS security services to meet your corporate security and compliance requirements.

Reduce the operational costs of configuring, upgrading, and scaling standalone Prometheus servers.

How it works

Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus is a Prometheus-compatible service that monitors and provides alerts on containerized applications and infrastructure at scale. The service is integrated with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), and AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry.

Diagram showing how Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus allows users to collect, monitor, and analyze metrics, and set rules and alerts.
How to use Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (3:54)
Using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus
Prometheus is a popular open-source monitoring and alerting solution optimized for container environments. Learn how to use it with Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus.

Use cases

Unified system monitoring

Monitor containers on AWS, on premises, and on other clouds. Integrate with Amazon Managed Grafana for monitoring, alerts, and dashboard views.

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Troubleshooting and root cause analysis

Use PromQL to track container performance and system health, detect errors, and reduce mean time to resolution with alerts.

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Workload and application metrics monitoring

Collect metrics from anywhere using AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry, and send those metrics to Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus using an open-source exporter.

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High-cardinality metrics monitoring

Monitor and alert on high-cardinality data—such as video streams, network applications, and time series data from IoT devices.

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How to get started

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Learn to create a workspace and ingest and query your metrics.

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