Blog articles tagged 'cloudwatch'

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on 5/13/2018 10:57 AM
In a previous post we discussed how to auto-subscribe a CloudWatch Log Group to a Lambda function using CloudWatch Events. So that we don’t need a manual process to ensure all Lambda logs would go to our log aggregation service. Whilst this is useful in i[...]
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on 4/28/2018 5:41 AM
It’s common practice to set log level to WARNING for production due to traffic volume. This is because we have to consider various cost factors: cost of logging : CloudWatch Logs charges $0.50 per GB ingested. In my experience, this is often much higher t[...]
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on 4/9/2018 4:01 PM
Presently sponsored by: TotalCloud, a gamified AWS cloud management platform offering complete cloud visibility to today’s DevOps engineers & managers. On a single-pane of glass, users can get cost visibility, monitor & secure resources, and perform opera[...]
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on 9/2/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet The common practice of using agents/daemons to buffer and batch send logs and metrics are no longer applicable in the world of serverless. Here are some tips to help you get the most out of your logging and monitoring infrastructure for your functio[...]
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on 8/31/2017 1:00 AM
Tweet CloudWatch Logs is hardly the ideal fit for all your logging needs, fortunately you can easily stream the logs to your preferred log aggregation service with AWS Lambda functions. This is the first of a 3-part mini series on managing your AWS Lambda[...]
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on 3/3/2016 2:58 AM
Tweet Here’s the recorded live stream of the F# DSLs session I did at the F# |> Bristol user group last night. (apologies for the first few mins where I forgot to share my screen to the Hangout…) and here’s the slides to go with the talk: Tame cloud compl[...]
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on 4/25/2015 3:00 AM
Tweet Learn you to tame complex APIs with F#-powered DSLs from Yan Cui Tweet
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on 9/13/2014 4:36 PM
On application monitoring In the Gamesys social team, our view on application monitoring is such that anything that runs in production needs to be monitored extensively all the time – every service entry point, IO operations or CPU intensive tasks. Sure, [...]
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on 1/27/2014 6:35 PM
If you have done any DevOps work on Amazon Web Services (AWS) then you should be familiar with Amazon CloudWatch, a service for tracking and viewing metrics (CPU, network in/out, etc.) about the various AWS services that you consume, or better still, cust[...]
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