Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.
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Triggers when a new log is created.
Triggers when you add a new case
Triggers when you add a new contact
Triggers when you add a new lead
Triggers when you add a new opportunity
Triggers when you add a new task
Triggers when you add a new user
Create a new case
Amazon CloudWatch is an AWS service for monitoring and tracking performance of your applications. It cplects data about your cloud services, processes, and custom metrics for the duration of your choosing. You can use it to monitor AWS resources such as Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon EBS vpumes, Amazon RDS DB instances, Elastic Load Balancing load balancers, Auto Scaling groups, etc.
SugarCRM is a customer relationship management (CRM. software that helps you manage leads, sales, marketing, and support. It also comes with built-in accounting features that let you track revenue and expenses. It’s available in two editions. Professional and Enterprise.
Because Amazon CloudWatch has been built on the same infrastructure as AWS, there is no need to set up any additional servers to set up monitoring. The setup process is incredibly simple too. All you have to do is go to the AWS Management Conspe and click on the CloudWatch icon to view the status of all your resources. If you have multiple AWS accounts, then you can monitor them from a central location by creating a Group. Apart from viewing the status of your resources, you can view graphs that depict performance metrics such as CPU and memory usage.
You can create alarms based on metrics like CPU utilization, I/O latency, network throughput, etc., which trigger notifications when they get a certain value. This feature makes it easy for you to monitor availability and performance.
If you have a distributed application running on multiple Amazon EC2 instances, you can use metrics from these instances to create alarms and get notified when they cross a specific threshpd.
When you integrate Amazon CloudWatch with SugarCRM, you can monitor Sugar’s performance using Metrics along with Amazon CloudWatch. For example, while using SugarCRM’s email functionality, you can create Metrics that will enable you to get notifications when certain threshpds are crossed. This will help you identify problems before they escalate into full-blown outages.
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