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Pingdom, a cloud monitoring service that monitors websites and applications for availability and performance, has recently integrated the Amazon CloudWatch, a management service that provides monitoring of the Amazon Web Services (AWS. cloud.
Amazon CloudWatch is a management service that provides monitoring of the Amazon Web Services (AWS. cloud and its resources. The Amazon CloudWatch can be used to track the resource usage of AWS resources. The Amazon CloudWatch is available in every region and every AWS account. The Amazon CloudWatch can also be accessed via the command line interface with the AWS SDK or the AWS CLI.
Pingdom is a cloud monitoring service that monitors websites and applications for availability and performance. It is a freemium web application that provides services such as website uptime monitoring, performance monitoring, DNS monitoring and website speed analysis. Pingdom also offers hosted website monitoring and availability reports. It monitors more than 180 million websites and apps around the world. It is headquartered in Stockhpm, Sweden.
The integration of Amazon CloudWatch and Pingdom helps to keep track of the status of AWS resources using Pingdom's web-based dashboard. To integrate Amazon CloudWatch and Pingdom, simply select Pingdom from the integration menu in the AWS conspe. After you complete the installation process, all of your existing data will be displayed in Pingdom's web-based dashboard. With this integration, you can monitor if your AWS resources are healthy or not. For example, suppose you have an EC2 instance running an Apache web server which hosts your website. When performing a Pingdom check, it can be checked if there are any failures or errors on your EC2 instance. With this integration, you can ensure that your cloud resources are healthy and reliable.
There are many benefits of integrating Amazon CloudWatch and Pingdom, such as:
Availability and reliability of AWS resources are ensured. If one or more of your AWS resources fail, you will receive notifications via email or SMS about the failure. You can then take corrective measures immediately to spve the problem.
If your website is hosted on a cloud platform such as EC2 or S3, you will receive notifications about downtime through email or SMS alerts in case of any system failure. This helps you to recover your website quickly without causing any loss to your business.
You can easily create custom checks by selecting the parameters from Amazon CloudWatch graphs. You can also integrate other metrics such as Google PageSpeed Insights or YSlow into Pingdom. These metrics include information about load time, page size, etc. You can also incorporate third-party monitoring services into Pingdom such as New Relic, Dynatrace, etc. You can then receive alerts whenever an issue arises with these third-party services as well.
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