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Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that provides monitoring for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS. CloudWatch can collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, and set alarms to notify you of various conditions. You can configure CloudWatch to automatically react to changes in your application or infrastructure. For more information about Amazon CloudWatch, see the Amazon CloudWatch product detail page.This case study will show how to use AWS CloudWatch with Webflow to create a custom alarm that triggers when the CPU usage on the EC2 instance running Webflow exceeds 80%. This case study assumes you have a basic understanding of both Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow.
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Why integrate Amazon CloudWatch?Amazon CloudWatch enables you to monitor AWS resources for potential issues, allowing you to react quickly to changes in your application environment. With the integration of Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow, you can deploy a custom alarm that will trigger when the CPU usage on the EC2 instance running Webflow exceeds 80%. After receiving the notification from Amazon CloudWatch, you can be notified via email or utilize Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS. to trigger other automated actions such as scaling your EC2 instance or launching a new instance.
The following shows the architecture for integrating Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow:
Figure 1. Integration of Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow
After integrating Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow, you can get notified when the CPU usage on the EC2 instance running Webflow exceeds 80%. This allows you to scale your EC2 instance up or down based on your website traffic patterns. You may also want to trigger additional automated actions such as sending yourself an email if the CPU usage on your EC2 instance running Webflow exceeds 80%. If your website traffic patterns show a consistent trend where the CPU usage on your EC2 instance running Webflow remains below 80%, then there is no need to scale your EC2 instance up or down based on your website traffic patterns.With this integration of Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow, you can save money by only scaling your EC2 instance up or down when you need to do so. Scaling your EC2 instances too often or too late can result in unnecessary charges from EC2. Also, if you are using Auto Scaling Groups for your EC2 instances running Webflow, then you may experience increased latency due to the extra time it takes for Auto Scaling Groups to launch new instances. By utilizing Amazon CloudWatch and Webflow together, you can avoid these issues by only scaling when required. This can help reduce costs and improve user experience for your site visitors.
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