Join Brian Eiler for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing environment: Monitoring and alarms, part of Amazon Web Services: Implementing and Troubleshooting PaaS Products.
- [Instructor] Digging a little further…into the managing of this environment,…we can start looking at things like monitoring and alarms.…The monitoring on the main display gives us a nice overview…of the health information…and it's going to include some default metrics,…whether that's from the Elastic Load Balancer…or from the EC2 instances.…You can, of course, add additional metrics as needed…and you can also customize the time range…that you're looking for.…We'll also be able to create alarms…for specific metrics.…This is a screenshot showing the monitoring in action.…
We can see that from the picture on the left…that we have some degradation in our performance…which was probably due to either the service being offline…during our example or maybe there was something…that was causing an error.…The utilization shows up on the right side,…but we can adjust the time range of this,…as well as the frequency right up at the time range section…in the kind of the middle of the screen.…If we would like to, we can create new alarms.…
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