See the RDS monitoring and logging tools available in the RDS console. Tools include viewing RDS cluster setup including security group information. Metrics include resource usage for the RDS cluster.
- [Instructor] Next step in monitoring, let's spin up an RDS…or Relational Database Service instance via the template.…Let's click the link on the CloudFormation page.…We have four options.…To create an Amazon RDS database instance…with a read replica, we'll click the Launch Stack button.…On the CloudFormation page, we'll scroll down and click Next…to accept this template.…On the Specify Details page, we'll scroll down…and set a database password and a database user.…
We'll click Next.…On the Tags page, we'll click Next.…And we'll click Create.…We'll refresh the CloudFormation Stacks page.…Okay, now our RDS instance has created,…and so let's go over to the console,…and let's scroll down to the database and click on RDS.…And you'll see that we have two DB instances…that were created by our template.…
So inside of here, these are MySQL instances,…and similar to what I advised for EC2,…because this is a managed service running on EC2, of course,…you want to review the expected settings in the console…as a starting point for monitoring to make sure…
- 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
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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
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