Take an intermediate-level look at monitoring and reporting for the AWS platform. Learn how to work with CloudWatch, AWS Config, AWS Lambda, and more.
- [Shyamraj] AWS is a global leader in cloud computing, providing a wide variety of services across several IT functions. To build a fault tolerant ecosystem, it is essential to continuously monitor your applications and workloads and be able to react to changes. In this course, we'll look at the tools that can be used to monitor data, respond to performance changes, and get a unified view of your operational health. We'll also draw from my real world experience and look at common scenarios. This includes monitoring critical services and metrics, configuring notifications, and automating remediation actions. Hi I'm Shyam, and I'd like to welcome you to this course on AWS monitoring and reporting. Come along as we explore how to set alarms, access logs and metrics, and take automated actions. Let's get started.
- Exploring monitoring tools
- The basics of CloudWatch
- Using CloudWatch alarms
- Monitoring ELB latency
- Monitoring SQS, SNS, and Elastic Beanstalk
- Using AWS Config
- Using Lambda in response to CloudWatch alarms