Previous Versions of AWS Dashboards

This article describes the CA Business Intelligence (CABI) dashboards for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
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This article describes the CA Business Intelligence (CABI) dashboards for Amazon Web Services (AWS).
This article is for deployments with uim_core_dashboards_pack.zip 2.10 and earlier.
For more information, see CA Business Intelligence Dashboards Release Notes.
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Version 2.10
Dashboard Specific Requirements
The following requirements exist:
  • The aws (Amazon Web Services Monitoring) probe version 5.25 or later must be deployed and collecting data.
  • The KPI Metrics for AWS Dashboards must be enabled in the aws probe to fully populate the dashboard with data. The easiest way to enable the metrics is to configure the probe with a template. The default template for the aws probe contains all of the required metric settings.
The uim_aws_dashboards_pack.zip version 2.10  requires uim_core_dashboards_pack.zip version 2.10.
AWS Summary Dashboard
Use this dashboard to view an overview of the usage, health, and performance of your AWS environment across multiple accounts, services, and geographies. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/aws and /public/ca/uim/reports/common/alarm.
To access this dashboard, click the link for the AWS probe.
Link to AWS dashboard
The following image shows an example of the dashboard and a description of the dashlets.
AWS Summary Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
2
AWS Accounts
A report that lists the AWS profiles for each account sorted by alarm severity and count. From this report you can select links to see data from all accounts or a single account. Your selection automatically updates all applicable reports that are context sensitive.
None
3
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
4
Top N Instances by Alarm
A report that lists the top AWS instances with alarms. This report can include the API Endpoint used to monitor non-device services such as RDS, SQS, DynamoDB, etc. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
None
5
AWS Service KPI
A report that lists data for Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for AWS services that are currently in use. The services are sorted by alarm severity, and then alphabetically for services with no active alarms.
None
Device Summary Dashboard
Use this dashboard to view device attributes, KPIs, groups, and metrics associated with a specific device. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/common.
To access this dashboard, click the link for an AWS instance or device. The following image shows an example of the dashboard with and without the selection of a metric.
Device Summary Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
2
Device Details
A report that displays information about a selected device. The device information displayed is based on the Primary Role of the device.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Device KPI
A report that lists the predefined KPIs based on the role of the device. The KPIs can vary between probes or device types.
The metrics required by this report provide the data for all the other AWS dashboard reports.
KPI metrics for the service must be active. For more information, see KPI Metrics for AWS Dashboards.
5
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
6
Top N Groups by Alarm
A report that lists the group that is associated with a device and the alarms for the group. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
None
7
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric.  This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
Alarm Summary Dashboard
Use this dashboard to view open alarms for a group, device, or probe. The context in which you view the dashboard filters the data that appears. You can view an overview of all alarms in your environment, alarms for a specific group of devices, alarms for a specific device, and alarms from a specific probe. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/common.
To access this dashboard, click the View Open Alarms link on an Open Alarms dashlet or from the Overview Header. The following image shows an example of the dashboard.
Alarm Summary Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
3
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
None
4
Open Alarms
A report that lists open alarms by severity. This report includes details about the device, origin, and probe that generated the alarm.
None
AWS Sprawl Dashboard
Use this dashboard to help optimize your AWS EC2 costs by finding underutilized instances with low CPU and network utilization. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/aws/sprawl.
To access this dashboard, click the AWS Sprawl Report link on the AWS Services dashlet. This dashlet is located on the AWS Summary dashboard by default. The following image shows an example of the dashboard.
AWS Sprawl Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
AWS Sprawl Header
A report that is a header for the AWS Sprawl dashboard. This report does not show alarms.
None
2
AWS EC2 CPU by Region
A report that allows you to view AWS EC2 CPU utilization by region. Use this chart to determine which geographic regions have the lowest and highest average CPU usage.
None
3
AWS EC2 CPU by Type
A report that allows you to view AWS EC2 CPU utilization by instance type. Use this chart to determine which instance types have the lowest and highest average CPU usage.
None
4
AWS EC2 Region Usage Details
A report that lists AWS EC2 instances with region, type, CPU, network in and network out. Initial sorting is by CPU utilization from lowest to highest.
None
AWS VPC Dashboard
Use this dashboard to view the state and details of your Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) virtual networks. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/aws.
To access this dashboard, click the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Dashboard link on the AWS Services dashlet. This dashlet is located on the AWS Summary dashboard by default. The following image shows an example of the dashboard.
AWS VPC Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
AWS VPC Header
A report that is a header for the AWS VPC dashboard. This report does not show alarms.
None
2
AWS VPC
A report that lists AWS VPC virtual network instances with the VPC ID, name, state, VPC CIDR, DHCP options set, route table, network ACL, tenancy, default (is default VPC for account/region), region, and IAM user.
None
AWS Service Dashboards
Use the service dashboards to understand usage, health, and aggregated performance of your AWS cloud services. The reports that are the source of the dashlets in this dashboard are located in the CABI Server repository at /public/ca/uim/reports/aws and /public/ca/uim/reports/common.
To access the dashboard for a specific service, click the link for the service on the AWS Services dashlet. This dashlet is located on the AWS Summary dashboard by default.
Dashboards exist for the following AWS services:
  • EC2: Use the EC2 Service Dashboard to understand usage, health, and aggregated performance of your AWS cloud virtual servers.
  • Auto Scaling: Use the Auto Scaling Service Dashboard to understand usage, health, and performance of your AWS cloud auto scaling groups .
  • DynamoDB: Use the DynamoDB Service Dashboard to monitor the health and performance of your AWS cloud NoSQL database service.
  • EBS: Use the EBS Service Dashboard to monitor the health and performance of your AWS cloud storage volumes for use with EC2 instances.
  • ECS: Use the ECS Service Dashboard to understand the health and performance of your AWS cloud container management service.
  • ElastiCache: Use the ElastiCache Service Dashboard to understand the health and performance of your AWS cloud caching service.
  • ELB: Use the ELB Service Dashboard to monitor the health and performance of AWS cloud load balancing service for EC2 instances.
  • RDS: Use the RDS Service Dashboard to understand usage, health, and aggregated performance of your AWS cloud relational database services.
  • Route 53: Use the Route 53 Service Dashboard to understand the health and performance of your AWS cloud domain name system service.
  • S3: Use the S3 Service Dashboard to understand usage, health, and performance of your AWS cloud internet storage service.
  • SNS: Use the SNS Service Dashboard to understand the health and throughput of your AWS cloud message delivery service.
  • SQS: Use the SQS Service Dashboard to understand the health and throughput of your AWS cloud message queueing service.
  • AWS EC2 Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the EC2 service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS EC2 Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms.  This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS EC2
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS EC2 service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS Auto Scaling Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the Auto Scaling service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS Auto Scaling Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms.This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS Auto Scaling
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS Auto Scaling service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS DynamoDB Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the DynamoDB service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS DynamoDB Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS Dynamo
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS Dynamo service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS EBS Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the EBS service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS EBS Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS EBS
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS EBS service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS ECS Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the ECS service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS ECS Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS ECS
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS ECS service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS ElastiCache Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the ElastiCache service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS ElastiCache Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS ElastiCache
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS ElastiCache service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS ELB Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the ELB service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS ELB Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS ELB
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS ELB service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS RDS Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the RDS service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS RDS Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS RDS
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS RDS service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS Route 53 Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the Route 53 service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS Route 53 Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS Route 53
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS Route 53 service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS S3 Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example of the S3 service dashboard with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS S3 Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS S3
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS S3 service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS SNS Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the SNS service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS SNS Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS SNS
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS SNS service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
AWS SQS Service Dashboard
The following image shows an example dashboard for the SQS service with and without the selection of a metric.
AWS SQS Dashboard Example
Dashlet Number
Report Name
Description
Required QoS
1
Overview Header
A report that provides a general summary panel for alarms that are associated with a dashboard. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Open Alarm count is for the selected service.
None
2
Alarms
A report to view the alarm count by severity. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Alarm count by severity is for the selected service.
None
3
Metrics
A report that lists the active metrics and any associated alarms for a device, group, or probe. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Metrics report shows only the metrics collected for the selected service.
At least one metric must be configured in a probe to collect data.
4
Top N Devices by Alarm
A report that lists the top devices with alarms. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. The number of items displayed in the report can be changed using the Filters drop-down list for the portlet.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, this report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
5
Devices
A report that displays device data for a selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
In the context of AWS service dashboards, the Devices report shows only the devices for the selected service.
None
6
Components
A report that displays device component data for a selected metric or device. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards.
None
7
AWS SQS
A report that lists data for KPIs and any associated alarms for the AWS SQS service.
None
8
Metric Detail
A report that displays data for the selected metric. This report is context-sensitive and appears as a dashlet in multiple dashboards. By default, this report shows the Top N for the selected metric if a specific device or component is not selected.
None
KPI Metrics for AWS Dashboards
The Device KPI report for AWS requires the following metrics:
  • 3.50.12:1 (QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_CPU_UTILIZATION)
  • 3.50.20:5 (QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.16:16 (QOS_AWS_DYNAMODB_SCAN_SUCCESSFUL_REQUEST_LATENCY)
  • 3.50.16:2 (QOS_AWS_DYNAMODB_CONSUMED_READ_CAPACITY_UNITS)
  • 3.50.20:9 (QOS_AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 5.14:85 (QOS_AWS_VOLUME_QUEUE_LENGTH)
  • 3.50.20:3 (QOS_AWS_EBS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.15.1:1 (QOS_AWS_ECS_SERVICE_CPU_UTILIZATION)
  • 3.50.15.1:2 (QOS_AWS_ECS_SERVICE_MEMORY_UTILIZATION)
  • 3.50.20:12 (QOS_AWS_ECS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.6.1:1 (QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_CPU_UTILIZATION)
  • 3.50.20:13 (QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.10:3 (QOS_AWS_ELB_HEALTHY_HOST_COUNT)
  • 3.50.10:2 (QOS_AWS_ELB_REQUEST_COUNT)
  • 3.50.20:11 (QOS_AWS_ELB_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 4.11:1 (QOS_AWS_DATABASE_CONNECTIONS)
  • 3.50.20:4 (QOS_AWS_RDS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.17.1:1 (QOS_AWS_ROUTE53_CONNECTION_TIME)
  • 3.50.17.1:2 (QOS_AWS_ROUTE53_HEALTH_CHECK_PERCENTAGE)
  • 3.50.20:10 (QOS_AWS_ROUTE53_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 1.10:27 (QOS_AWS_FILE_READ_TIME)
  • 1.10:28 (QOS_AWS_FILE_WRITE_TIME)
  • 3.50.20:8 (QOS_AWS_S3_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.54:4 (QOS_AWS_SNS_NUMBER_OF_NOTIFICATION_FAILED)
  • 3.54:3 (QOS_AWS_SNS_NUMBER_OF_NOTIFICATION_DELIVERED)
  • 3.50.20:7 (QOS_AWS_SNS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.52:1 (QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_SENT)
  • 3.50.20:6 (QOS_AWS_SQS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:1 (QOS_AWS_EC2_TOTAL_ACTIVE_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:3 (QOS_AWS_EBS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:2 (QOS_AWS_VPC_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:4 (QOS_AWS_RDS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:5 (QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:9 (QOS_AWS_DYNAMODB_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:12 (QOS_AWS_ECS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:10 (QOS_AWS_ROUTE53_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:13 (QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:7 (QOS_AWS_SNS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:6 (QOS_AWS_SQS_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:11 (QOS_AWS_ELB_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
  • 3.50.20:8 (QOS_AWS_S3_TOTAL_INSTANCES)
Version 1.10 and Earlier
Dashboard Specific Requirements
The aws (Amazon Web Services Monitoring) probe must be installed and configured.
AWS Summary Dashboard
Use this dashboard to view an overview of the usage, health, and performance of your AWS environment.
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Auto Scaling Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand usage, health and performance of your AWS Auto Scaling groups.
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EBS Dashboard
Use this dashboard to monitor the health and performance of your AWS EBS volumes.
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EC2 Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand usage, health, and aggregated performance of your AWS EC2 instances.
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ElastiCache Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand the health and performance of your AWS ElastiCache clusters.
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ELB Dashboard
Use this dashboard to monitor the health and performance of ELBs in your AWS environment.
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RDS Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand usage, health, and aggregated performance of your AWS RDS instances.
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S3 Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand usage, health and performance of your AWS S3 buckets.
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SNS Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand the health and throughput of your AWS SNS messages.
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Sprawl Dashboard
Use this dashboard to help optimize your AWS EC2 costs by finding underutilized instances with low CPU and network utilization.
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SQS Dashboard
Use this dashboard to understand the health and throughput of your AWS SQS message queues.
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AWS Dashlets
This section describes the reports that are available for use as dashlets in a dashboard.
Auto Scaling Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/autoscaling/autoscale_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for auto scaling
  • Required QoS: None
Auto Scaling Groups by Location
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/autoscaling/autoscaling_groups_by_zone
  • Description: View the counts of each auto scaling group based on location.
  • Required QoS: None
Auto Scaling CPU Utilization
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/autoscaling/autoscaling_group_cpu
  • Description: The percentage of allocated EC2 compute units that are currently in use on the instance.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_CPU_UTILIZATION
AutoScaling Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/autoscaling/autoscaling_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: AutoScaling Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
Auto Scaling State
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/autoscaling/autoscaling_state
  • Description: View auto scaling groups, their state, and number of active instances in each group.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_STATUSCHECK, QOS_AWS_AUTO_SCALING_STATUSCHECK
Created Alarms Count by Severity
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/alarm_count_by_severity
  • Description: Report to view created alarms count by severity and date
  • Required QoS: None
EBS Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/ebs_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: EBS Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
EBS Queue Length
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_queue_length
  • Description: View the average and maximum number of read and write operation requests waiting to be completed during a specific time period.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_QUEUE_LENGTH
EBS Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/ebs_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for EBS
  • Required QoS: None
EBS Volume Consumed Read Write Operations
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_consumed_read_write_ops
  • Description: Total amount of read and write operations (normalized to 16-K capacity units) consumed in the time period that is specified in the Start Time field. Used with Provisioned IOPS (SSD) volumes only.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_CONSUMED_READ_WRITE_OPS
EBS Volume Idle Time
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_idle_time
  • Description: The number of seconds in the time period specified in the Start Time field when no read or write operations were submitted.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_IDLE_TIME
EBS Volume Read Operations
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_read
  • Description: The number of read operations in the time period specified in the Start Time field.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_READ_OPS
EBS Volume Read In Bytes
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_read_bytes
  • Description: The number of bytes read in the time period specified in the Start Time field.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_READ_BYTES
EBS Volume Throughput
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_throughput
  • Description: The percent of I/O operations per second (IOPS) delivered of the total IOPS provisioned for an Amazon EBS volume. Used with Provisioned IOPS (SSD) volumes only.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_THROUGHPUT_PERCENTAGE
EBS Volume Total Read Time
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_total_read_time
  • Description: Number of seconds spent by all read operations that completed in a specified time period. If multiple requests are submitted simultaneously, this number could be greater than the length of the period.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_TOTAL_READ_TIME
EBS Volume Total Write Time
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_total_write_time
  • Description: Number of seconds spent by all write operations that completed in a specified time period. If multiple requests are submitted simultaneously, this number could be greater than the length of the period.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_TOTAL_WRITE_TIME
EBS Volume Write Operations
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_write
  • Description: The number of write operations in the time period specified in the Start Time field.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_WRITE_OPS
EBS Volume Write In Bytes
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ebs/aws_ebs_volume_write_bytes
  • Description: The number of bytes written in the time period specified in the Start Time field.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_VOLUME_WRITE_BYTES
EC2 Average Disk Activity
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_average_disk_activity
  • Description: View the average and maximum number of bytes written to disk by applications across all EC2 instances. You can compare the speed of applications over time.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_DISK_READ_BYTES, QOS_AWS_DISK_WRITE_BYTES
EC2 Average Network Activity
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_average_network_activity
  • Description: View the average and maximum amount of network I/O by applications across all EC2 instances.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_NETWORK_IN, QOS_AWS_NETWORK_OUT
EC2 Count by CPU Utilization
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_count_by_cpu_utilization
  • Description: View the count of EC2 instances based on average CPU use.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
EC2 CPU by Region
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sprawl/sprawl_cpu_by_region_wrapper
  • Description: AWS EC2 CPU by region
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
EC2 CPU by Type
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sprawl/sprawl_cpu_by_type_wrapper
  • Description: AWS EC2 CPU by type
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
EC2 CPU Utilization
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_cpu_utilization
  • Description: View the average and maximum CPU utilization across all EC2 instances. You can compare the percentage of allocated EC2 compute units that are currently in use over time.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
EC2 Instances by Region
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_instances_by_region
  • Description: View the count of EC2 instances in each region.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
EC2 Instances by State
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/aws_ec2_instances_by_state
  • Description: View the counts of each type of EC2 instance based on current state.
  • Required QoS: None
EC2 Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/ec2_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: EC2 Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
EC2 Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/ec2/ec2_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for EC2
  • Required QoS: None
EC2 Table with Region, Type, CPU, Network In, and Network Out
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sprawl/sprawl_table_wrapper
  • Description: AWS EC2 table with region, type, CPU, network in and network out.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_NETWORK_IN, QOS_AWS_NETWORK_OUT, QOS_AWS_CPU_UTILIZATION
ElastiCache CPU Utilization
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_cpu_utilization
  • Description: The percentage of AWS ElastiCache CPU utilization
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_CPU_UTILIZATION
ElastiCache Available Memory
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_freeable_memory
  • Description: The amount of free memory available on the host
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_FREEABLE_MEMORY
ElastiCache Memcached Connections
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_memcached_connections
  • Description: The number of current connections connected to the cache
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_MEMCACHED_CURRENT_CONNECTIONS
ElastiCache Memcached Evictions
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_memcached_evictions
  • Description: The number of nonexpired items the cache evicted to allow space for new writes.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_MEMCACHED_EVICTIONS
ElastiCache Memcached GET Requests
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_memcached_hits
  • Description: The number of get requests the cache has received where the key requested was found.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_MEMCACHED_GET_HITS
ElastiCache Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: ElastiCache Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
ElastiCache Redis Connections
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_redis_connections
  • Description: The number of client connections, excluding connections from read replicas
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_REDIS_CURRENT_CONNECTIONS
ElastiCache Redis Evictions
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_redis_evictions
  • Description: The number of keys that have been evicted due to the max memory limit.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_REDIS_EVICTIONS
ElastiCache Redis Hits
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_redis_hits
  • Description: The number of successful key lookups
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_REDIS_GET_HITS
Elasticache Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for Elasticache
  • Required QoS: None
ElastiCache Swap Usage
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elasticache/elasticache_swap_usage
  • Description: The amount of swap used on the host
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELASTICACHE_SWAP_USAGE
ELB Back-End Code 2XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_2xx_backend_by_name
  • Description: The number of HTTP response codes generated by back-end instances. The 2XX status codes represent successful actions. This number does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_BACKEND_2XX
ELB Back-End Code 3XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_3xx_backend_by_name
  • Description: Number of HTTP response codes generated by back-end instances. The 3XX status indicates that the user agent requires action. It does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_BACKEND_3XX
ELB Back-End Code 4XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_4xx_backend_by_name
  • Description: The number of HTTP response codes that are generated by back-end instances. The 4XX class status code represents client errors. It does not include any response codes generated by the load balancer.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_BACKEND_4XX
ELB Code 4XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_4xx_by_name
  • Description: Number of HTTP 4XX client error codes generated by load balancer when listener is configured to use HTTP or HTTPS protocols. Client errors are generated when a request is malformed or is incomplete.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_ELB_4XX
ELB Back-End Code 5XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_5xx_backend_by_name
  • Description: Number of HTTP response codes generated by back-end instances. The 5XX class status code represents back-end server errors. This metric does not include any response codes generated by load balancer.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_BACKEND_5XX
ELB Code 5XX
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_5xx_by_name
  • Description: The number of HTTP 5XX server error codes that are generated by the load balancer when the listener is configured to use HTTP or HTTPS protocols.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HTTP_CODE_ELB_5XX
ELB by Region
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_by_region
  • Description: View the ELB instance count by region.
  • Required QoS: None
ELB Healthy Hosts
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_healthy_host
  • Description: The number of healthy instances in each availability zone. Hosts are declared healthy if they meet the threshold for the number of consecutive health checks that are successful.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_HEALTHY_HOST_COUNT
ELB Latency
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_latency_by_name
  • Description: The time elapsed after the request leaves the load balancer until the response is received.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_LATENCY
ELB Requests
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_requests_by_name
  • Description: The number of completed requests that were received and routed to the back-end instances.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_REQUEST_COUNT
ELB Surge Queue Length
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/aws_elb_surge_queue_by_name
  • Description: The number of completed requests that were received and routed to the back-end instances.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_ELB_SURGE_QUEUE_LENGTH
ELB Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/elb_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: ELB Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
ELB Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/elb/elb_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for ELB
  • Required QoS: None
Open Alarms by Service
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/open_alarms_by_service
  • Description: Report to view open alarms count by service
  • Required QoS: None
QoS by Target
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/common/qos_by_target
  • Description: Generic report to view QoS by target for any specified QoS.
  • Required QoS: None
RDS by Location
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_by_location
  • Description: View number of RDS by location.
  • Required QoS: None
RDS CPU Utilization
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_cpu_utilization
  • Description: The percentage of CPU utilization
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_RDS_CPU_UTILIZATION
RDS Disk Queue Depth
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_disk_queue_depth
  • Description: The number of outstanding IOs (read/write requests) waiting to access the disk.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_RDS_DISK_QUEUE_DEPTH
RDS Available RAM
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_freeable_memory
  • Description: The amount of available random access memory
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_RDS_FREEABLE_MEMORY
RDS Free Storage
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_free_storage
  • Description: The amount of available storage space
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_RDS_FREE_STORAGE_SPACE
RDS Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: RDS Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
RDS Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for RDS
  • Required QoS: None
RDS Swap Usage
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/rds/rds_swap_usage
  • Description: The amount of swap space used on the database instance
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_RDS_SWAP_USAGE
S3 Bucket Size
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/s3/s3_bucket_size
  • Description: The amount of data that is stored in a bucket.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_BUCKET_SIZE
S3 Number of Objects In Bucket
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/s3/s3_objects
  • Description: The total number of objects that are stored in a bucket.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_NUMBER_OF_OBJECTS
S3 Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/s3/s3_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: S3 Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
S3 Read and Write Response Time
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/s3/s3_response
  • Description: The size of messages published
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_FILE_WRITE_TIME, QOS_AWS_FILE_READ_TIME
S3 Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/s3/s3_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for S3
  • Required QoS: None
SNS Messages Published/Delivered/Failed
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sns/sns_messages
  • Description: The number of messages published/delivered/failed.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_SNS_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_PUBLISHED, QOS_AWS_SNS_NUMBER_OF_NOTIFICATION_DELIVERED, QOS_AWS_SNS_NUMBER_OF_NOTIFICATION_FAILED
SNS Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sns/sns_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: SNS Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
SNS Published Messages Size
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sns/sns_published_messages
  • Description: The size of messages published
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_SNS_PUBLISHED_SIZE, QOS_AWS_SNS_PUBLISHED_SIZE
SNS Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sns/sns_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for SNS
  • Required QoS: None
SQS Messages Delayed/Not Visible/Visible
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sqs/sqs_approx_messages
  • Description: The number of messages in the queue that are delayed/not visible/available for retrieval.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_SQS_APPROXIMATE_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_DELAYED, QOS_AWS_SQS_APPROXIMATE_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_NOT_VISIBLE, QOS_AWS_SQS_APPROXIMATE_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_VISIBLE, QOS_AWS_SQS_APPROXIMATE_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_DELAYED
SQS Messages Empty/Deleted/Received/Sent
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sqs/sqs_messages
  • Description: The number of messages empty/deleted/received and sent
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_EMPTY_RECEIVES, QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_DELETED, QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_RECEIVED, QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_MESSAGES_SENT, QOS_AWS_SQS_NUMBER_OF_EMPTY_RECEIVES
SQS Message Size
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sqs/sqs_msg_size
  • Description: The size of messages added to a queue.
  • Required QoS: QOS_AWS_SQS_SENT_MESSAGE_SIZE
SQS Open Alarms
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sqs/sqs_open_alarms_wrapper
  • Description: SQS Open Alarms
  • Required QoS: None
SQS Summary
  • Path: /public/ca/uim/visualization/reports/aws/sqs/sqs_summary
  • Description: Summary panel for SQS
  • Required QoS: None
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