Basecamp Classic is a well-known project management tool. Basecamp's traditional version allows you to manage multiple projects, milestones, to-do items, and more. An easy approach to keep your inbox clean and consolidate your work.
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Triggers when a new message is added to a project.
Triggers when a new milestone is added to a project
Triggers when a new person is added to an account.
Triggers when a new project is added to an account.
Triggers when a new todo item is added to a todo list.
Triggers when a new todo list is added to a project.
Triggers when a new log is created.
Creates a new message.
Creates a new milestone.
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Creates a new todo item.
Creates a new todo list.
Basecamp Classic, or simply Basecamp, is a web-based application developed by 37signals. It is designed to allow teams to organize their projects and communicate with each other. It features integrated wiki, issues tracking, messaging, time tracking and file sharing. It also has a calendar feature that allows users to create events and invite participants to attend. Basecamp Classic was initially created for Mac OS, but was later made available for Windows and Linux.
Amazon CloudWatch is a web service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS. It provides monitoring capabilities of AWS resources such as EC2 instances and RDS database instances. It provides metrics such as storage used, traffic received and bandwidth allocated. The purpose of using Basecamp Classic and CloudWatch together is to monitor workload of an EC2 instance running a Basecamp Classic server.
To integrate Basecamp Classic and Amazon CloudWatch, we need to create an account on AWS first, which is completely free for the first year. After logging in to AWS console, click “CloudWatch” located on the top navigation bar to continue setting up CloudWatch. There are two ways to add a metric into CloudWatch:
Press “Add Metric” button and select a target. Under “Target type”, choose one of the following options. “EC2 Instance”, “RDS Instance” or “Auto Scaling Group”. We will choose “EC2 Instance”.
Under “Metric Name”, provide a name for the metric you want to add. For example, if you are planning to monitor CPU usage of an instance named “ec2-testbasecampclassic”, you can name your metric as “ec2-testbasecampclassic-cpu”. You can also create multiple metrics with different names just like creating multiple charts in Google Analytics.
Click “Add Metric” button to finish adding the metric to CloudWatch.
After setting up a metric, you will see CloudWatch gives you some suggestions on what metrics you can set up next based on the previous metrics you have created. Click on one of the suggestions to continue setting up the metric. On the next page, all you need to do is select a target and fill in the rest of the details.
After completing the setup, you will see the metrics appear on your dashboard. You can now start creating some charts out of the metrics you have just added.
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