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Five Approaches for Monitoring Your Modern Cloud App and Infrastructure [Video]

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Five Approaches for Monitoring Your Modern Cloud App and Infrastructure [Video]

Monitoring dynamically changing cloud environments like Amazon Web Services (AWS) shouldn't stop at CloudWatch metrics.

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Sensu is an open source monitoring event pipeline. Try it today.

Monitoring dynamically changing cloud environments like Amazon Web Services (AWS) shouldn't stop at CloudWatch metrics. To truly get a full picture of what is happening, you need to collect and monitor every piece of data possible, from user experience, server workloads, code level insights, system logs, cloud services and more.

If you're running a production application within AWS and don't know where to start your monitoring journey or you are an AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP) looking to provide full-stack monitoring capabilities to your customers, then this webinar is your perfect start.

In this webinar we'll talk about how you can:

  • Monitor AWS services like EC2, RDS, S3, EBS, DynamoDB, ElastiCache, ELB, Lambda, and SNS
  • Monitor beyond CloudWatch - in-depth system level metrics for your EC2 instances and application data for your on-host services
  • Monitor S3 object endpoint URLs from global locations and native metrics for your RDS DB engines (MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL)
  • See how real-time log management can help you resolve issues
  • Gain code-level visibility and troubleshoot your application performance
  • See how synthetic monitoring and RUM can improve browser-side performance
  • Configure alerts, custom dashboards and reports for all your resources

Sensu: workflow automation for monitoring. Learn more—download the whitepaper.

Topics:
cloud ,monitoring ,infrastructure ,aws

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