Explore event-driven responses.
- [Instructor] CloudWatch and Lamda…are a powerful combination.…Let's explore a scenario…where their complementary nature is illustrated.…Many kids like to play Minecraft with their friends.…Some parents like to set limits on the total amount of time…that can be spent gaming.…Putting a Minecraft server in AWS can help,…as its operation can be controlled…with a simple time-based restriction.…Let's start by clarifying the requirements.…The requirement is to restrict the availability…of the Minecraft environment based on hours of the day…and days of the week.…
Let's further specify that the Minecraft server…can only be on from 4 pm to 10 pm during the week…and from 8 am to 10 pm on the weekends.…Additionally, players shouldn't have AWS IAM privileges.…This way, players wouldn't have the ability…to start or stop the Minecraft server.…A simple solution here is to implement a CloudWatch…scheduled event on the instance in question.…At 4 pm every weekday and 8 am on the weekends,…a CloudWatch event can start the instance.…
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- Exploring monitoring tools
- Understanding CloudWatch
- Using CloudWatch alarms
- Monitoring EC2 memory
- Using AWS Config
- Understanding AWS logging and ElasticSearch
- Combining CloudWatch and Lambda
Skill Level Intermediate
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
1. Exploring Monitoring Tools
2. Using AWS Config
3. Beyond Traditional Monitoring
4. Taking Action
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