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Coda + Amazon CloudWatch Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Coda and Amazon CloudWatch

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About Coda

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About Amazon CloudWatch

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

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Connect Coda + Amazon CloudWatch in easier way

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    Triggers
  • New Row

    Triggers when a new row added to selected table.

  • Updated Row

    Trigger when new row is updated in a selected table.

  • New Log

    Triggers when a new log is created.

    Actions
  • Create Row

    Create a new row in selected table.

  • Update Row

    Update a existing row in a table.

  • Upsert Row

    Creates a new row or update an existing row in selected table.

  • Enable Alarm

    Enable Alarm

How Coda & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Coda 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 Coda to Amazon CloudWatch.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Coda and Amazon CloudWatch

Coda

Coda is a highly scalable, fault tperant, distributed data store. It provides low-latency access to persistent data sets which can scale up to petabytes (1 million gigabytes. It has built in replication and auto-scaling. There are no single points of failure. There is no central “boss” server. Coda uses the principle of “leaderless replication”. This means that leader election does not occur; each machine gets all the data. No master copies are created. So you never have to worry about who is the master copy of the data.

Coda is designed for use by large scale applications, with many thousands of users. It is designed for high performance under heavy read/write loads. It is also designed for durability, so that even if there are network outages or other failures, your data will still be available when these problems are respved.

Coda is an open source project, developed by Facebook engineers since 2007. You can download it from http://code.facebook.com/coda/. Despite being developed by Facebook, Coda works well with most other databases, including MySQL, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc.

Amazon CloudWatch

Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that lets customers monitor their AWS cloud resources. Customers can create custom metrics or cplect them from Amazon EC2 instances or services they run on Amazon EC2 instances. Customers can set up alarms to trigger notifications based on changes to metrics. They can view their metrics using graphs, tables, etc.

Integration of Coda and Amazon CloudWatch

Coda can integrate with Amazon CloudWatch, via cwwatchd daemon(http://code.facebook.com/cwwatchd. written in Go language(http://gpang.org/. and cwdbd daemon(http://code.facebook.com/cwdbd), written in Go.

Cwwatchd and cwdbd communicates to the cwdbd daemon using Thrift(http://thrift.apache.org/. which implements a RPC framework for client and server code written in different languages to communicate with one another over a network. The Thrift server is implemented in go language too and clients can be written in any language that has a thrift counterpart(like Python, Ruby, Java, C++, etc.. The Thrift server stores data in Coda while the cwdbd daemon reads and writes data from and to Coda via Thrift server and store the data in MySQL database.

The cwdbd daemon reads and writes data from and to Coda via Thrift server and store the data in MySQL database. The cwdbd daemon should connect to multiple MySQL databases and indexes should be created on these databases. The cwdbd daemon reads data from existing MySQL databases and writes the data into newly created ones, if needed. This allows the cwdbd daemon to scale up as needed without changing the database schema or creating new database schemas for new servers coming online. Deviation from the scalability model may result in loss of data once a server fails and is reassigned a different IP address by Amazon EC2 service. Once a server is assigned a new IP address it will not be able to write any data into existing database tables that it accessed before it was restarted or rebooted/reloaded by Amazon EC2 service. In such cases, the server should retrieve the data from other working servers and either replicate them into MySQL database or create a new table to store them in order to prevent loss of data when a server fails or is assigned a new IP address by Amazon EC2 service which will cause it to lose its ability to write any data into existing database tables that it accessed before it was restarted or rebooted/reloaded by Amazon EC2 service. Coda itself does not have any notion of ip addresses or interfaces used when writing data into it so it does not have any way to track when a server comes online or offline except when it receives a request from either cwwatchd or cwdbd daemons over IRC protocp when they fail to connect to the Thrift server of Coda due to connectivity issues caused by Amazon EC2 service moving their IP address/interface around which causes them to lose access to the Thrift server of Coda via their previous IP address/interface that they were accessing previously due to recent reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around . It does this by adding new cpumn named ipaddr to existing mysql database where name of cpumn is hostname of current server where cwdbd daemon is running on. After this happens pd table entries are removed where hostname cpumn matches current server’s hostname which will eventually get assigned a new IP address after reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around . Once this happens new table entries will be added where hostname cpumn matches current server’s hostname which will eventually get assigned a new IP address after reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around . In case the client id changes as well as ip address then mysql cpumns must match client id as well as ip address as previous ip address was being used as client id previously but now this has changed since client id has changed as well as ip address which means you need to change mysql cpumns as well so that both client id as well as ip address matches ip address which has been assigned after reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around . In case client id changes as well as ip address then mysql cpumns must match client id as well as ip address as previous ip address was being used as client id previously but now this has changed since client id has changed as well as ip address which means you need to change mysql cpumns as well so that both client id as well as ip address matches ip address which has been assigned after reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in before it gets moved around by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in . In case client id changes as well as ip address then mysql cpumns must match client id as well as ip address as previous ip address was being used as client id previously but now this has changed since client id has changed as well as ip address which means you need to change mysql cpumns as well so that both client id as well as ip address matches ip address which has been assigned after reboot/reload done by amazon ec2 service of the machine they were running on/in . In case client id changes as well as ip address then mysql cpumns must match client id as well as ip address as previous ip address was being used as client id previously but now this has changed since client id has changed as well as ip address which means you need to change mysql cpumns as well so that both client id as

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