Integrate awork with Amazon CloudWatch

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About awork

Intelligent projects, tasks and time tracking for your project business.

About Amazon CloudWatch

Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.

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  • Triggers
  • New Task

    Triggers when a new task is created. The trigger only fires for tasks with a project assigned, not for private tasks.

  • New Time Entry

    Triggers when a new time entry is created.

  • Updated Time Entry

    Triggers when a time entry is updated.

  • New Log

    Triggers when a new log is created.

  • Actions
  • Create Client

    Creates a new client.

  • Create Project

    Creates a new project.

  • Create Project Task

    Creates a new project task.

  • Search Projects

    Search Users by Email (IN this, we get all projects now we will apply filter for project name)

  • Search Users by Email

    Finds a user by email (in this for now we fetch all users apply filter remain)

  • Enable Alarm

    Enable Alarm

How awork & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose awork as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Amazon CloudWatch as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from awork to Amazon CloudWatch.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of awork and Amazon CloudWatch

  • awork?
  • aWork is a web-based project management top that allows you to manage your projects and team members. It also has a built-in calendar and time tracker among many other features. It is an open source platform that allows you to host on your own or on their cloud. They have a free version that allows you to create up to 3 projects, unlimited users, 100MB storage, and much more. You can upgrade to their paid plans which start at $4 per user per month if you need the additional features.

  • Amazon CloudWatch?
  • Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that lets you monitor and manage the state of your AWS resources. It provides real-time monitoring of your system so you can monitor performance, resource utilization, etc. It also includes the ability to monitor custom metrics for your application. For example, you can create a custom metric for your application instance to track CPU utilization. There are several ways to monitor your instance metrics including instance tags, group metrics, and others.

  • Integration of awork and Amazon CloudWatch
  • AWork allows you to monitor your projects, tasks, and time spent on tasks through their website. If you integrate AWS with aWork, you can automatically update project information in aWork when an event occurs in AWS, such as adding an EC2 instance, launching an ECS container, updating an ELB or RDS DB Instance. The fplowing are examples of how the integration works:

    • When an EC2 instance launches, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the EC2 instance status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the EC2 instance in aWork.
    • When an EC2 instance terminates, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the EC2 instance status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the EC2 instance in aWork.
    • When an ECS container terminates, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the ECS container status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the ECS container in aWork.
    • When an ELB terminates, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the ELB status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the ELB in aWork.
    • When an RDS DB Instance terminates, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the RDS DB Instance status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the RDS DB Instance in aWork.
    • When an S3 Bucket is created/deleted/updated, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the S3 Bucket status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the S3 Bucket in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)
    • When an S3 Bucket is updated by another service (such as Amazon Glacier), it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the S3 Bucket status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the S3 Bucket in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)
    • When an SNS Topic is created/deleted/updated, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the SNS Topic status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the SNS Topic in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)
    • When an SNS Topic is updated by another service (such as Amazon Kinesis), it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the SNS Topic status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the SNS Topic in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)
    • When an SQS Queue is deleted, it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the SQS Queue status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the SQS Queue in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)
    • When an SQS Queue is updated by another service (such as Amazon Pinpoint), it will send events to aWork via Lambda functions. Those events will then update the SQS Queue status in aWork. This will allow project managers to see the status of the SQS Queue in aWork. (This feature only works with AWS accounts that use IAM User Pops.)

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    Page reviewed by: Abhinav Girdhar  | Last Updated on November 09,2022 06:11 pm