Cloud Academy – Amazon Web Services Cloudwatch

Cloud Academy – Amazon Web Services Cloudwatch-STM
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CloudWatch is a monitoring service for cloud resources in the applications you run on Amazon Web Services. CloudWatch can collect metrics, set and manage alarms, and automatically react to changes in your AWS resources. Amazon Web Services Cloudwatch can monitor AWS resources such as Amazon EC2 instances, DynamoDB tables, and Amazon RDS DB instances. You can also create custom metrics generated by your applications and services and any log files your applications generate. You’ll see how we can use Amazon CloudWatch to gain system-wide visibility into resource utilization, application performance and operationally you’ll use these insights to keep applications running smoothly. This course includes a high-level overview of how to monitor EC2, monitor other Amazon resources, monitor custom metrics, monitor and store logs, set alarms, graph and view statistics, and how to monitor and react to resource changes.

Intended audience:

Systems Admins
Operational Support
Solution Architects working on AWS Certification
Anyone concerned about monitoring data or AWS recurring billing

Prerequisites:

AWS Console Login
General knowledge of how to launch an Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instance on either Linux or Windows
View CloudWatch Documentation at aws.amazon.com/cloudwatch/
An operational EC2 (Windows/Linux)

Learning objectives:

Monitor EC2 and other AWS resources
Build custom metrics
Monitor and store log information from Linux instances
Set alarms for metrics to take action on an instance or auto-scaling group
Create a dashboard to monitor EC2 instances
React to load to trigger auto scaling horizontally within AWS.

This Course Includes:

Over 90 minutes of high-definition video
Console demos

What You’ll Learn:

Course Intro: What to expect from this course
Getting Started: How to launch an EC2 instance
Building a Dashboard: How to take the metrics from the instance and create a dashboard
Monitoring EC2 Instances: How and why you should be monitoring the environment in Amazon Web Services
Sending Log Files to Cloudwatch: A lesson on the importance of sending log files to Cloudwatch
Alarms: How to specify alarms
Course Conclusion: Course summary

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