Understand how service console monitoring scripts work using the AWS scripting tool called AWS CLI.
- [Instructor] The next set of tools…that Amazon provides for metrics and logging…allow you to write scripts.…This is the AWS CLI tool, and you use this…to get metrics from a terminal window,…or to create custom metrics.…Now, there's another version of this,…it's experimental at the time of this recording,…but I do use it in production,…so I'll just pointer to it as a tip.…It's called the aws-shell, and the difference…between the AWS CLI tool and the aws-shell…is the shell has auto-complete.…
So particularly when you're looking…at a new set of capabilities,…it's useful because it auto-completes for you.…So it does basically the same thing.…You can use it to get metrics or to create custom metrics,…and you can use it to auto-complete on the shell.…In subsequent movies, we're going to…grab the AWS CLI tool, set it up,…and then we'll use it to first view metrics,…and then to look at how to create a custom metric.…
- Understanding approaches to monitoring
- Matching business application priorities to monitoring approaches
- Tools for monitoring and logging
- Monitoring core AWS Services
- Using CloudFormation templates
- Monitoring S3, EC2, Lambda, RDS, Kinesis, and EMR
- Using core AWS tools for metrics and logging
- Using AWS services for advanced monitoring
Skill Level Advanced
Amazon Web Services: High Availabilitywith Sharif Nijim2h 17m Intermediate
Amazon Web Services Essential Trainingwith Jeff Winesett5h 2m Intermediate
1. Monitoring Approaches
2. Monitoring Core AWS Services
3. Core AWS Tools for Metrics and Logging
4. Using AWS Services for Advanced Monitoring
5. Advanced and Third-Party Tools
6. Application Monitoring
Compare monitoring tools2m 54s
Next steps1m 7s
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