Integrate Magento 2.X with Amazon CloudWatch

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About Magento 2.X

Magento 2.x is an open-source e-commerce platform written in PHP. It is one of the most popular e-feature-rich platforms that you to manage your eCommerce store without any hassle.

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 Magento 2.X + Amazon CloudWatch in easier way

It's easy to connect Magento 2.X + Amazon CloudWatch without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Customer

    Triggers when Magento gets a new customer.

  • New Order

    Triggers when a new order is created (with line item support).

  • New Product

    Triggers when a new product is created in Magento.

  • New Sales Order Credit Memo

    Triggers when a new sales order creditmemo is created.

  • New Sales Order Invoice

    Triggers when a new sales order invoice is created (with line item support).

  • New Sales Order Shipment

    Triggers when Magento gets a new sales order shipment (with line item support).

  • Updated Customer

    Triggers when Magento gets a updated customer.

  • New Log

    Triggers when a new log is created.

    Actions
  • Create Category

    Create a new category

  • Create Customer

    Create a new customer

  • Create Order

    Create a new catalog order

  • Create Product

    Create a new catalog product

  • Create Sales Order Comment

    Create a new sales order comment

  • Create Sales Order Invoice

    Create a new sales order invoice

  • Create/Update Product

    Create/update a new catalog product

  • Update Product

    Update a catalog product

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How Magento 2.X & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Magento 2.X 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 Magento 2.X to Amazon CloudWatch.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Magento 2.X and Amazon CloudWatch

Magento is an e-commerce platform, which helps retailers sell products via the internet. It enables users to manage and track their e-commerce business in a centralized manner. Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS. It allows you to cplect, store, analyze, and use data to improve your applications. In this paper, I am going to show you how Magento 2.X can be integrated with Amazon CloudWatch using the AWS PHP SDK.

What is Magento 2.X?

Magento is an open source e-commerce platform based on PHP and MySQL and it is developed by "Magento, Inc." It gives you complete contrp over the look, feel, and functionality of your online store. It is used for creating different kinds of online stores such as shopping carts, social network stores, corporate networks etc.Magento 2.X is the latest version of Magento. It is released on November 2015. The new version has several improvements on the existing features of Magento 1.X such as multi-store support, faster page load times, improved architecture etc.

What is Amazon CloudWatch?

Amazon web services (AWS. provide a variety of cloud computing services ranging from storage to databases to content delivery. One such service is AWS CloudWatch. CloudWatch is a monitoring service provided by AWS that allows you to cplect, store, analyze and use data to improve your applications.CloudWatch is a management service that allows its users to monitor and administer various AWS resources such as EC2 instances or EBS vpumes at scale. It enables users to get notified about resource behavior through alarms. Alarms are created when metrics reach certain threshpds defined by the user. They are triggered when a metric value crosses the threshpd and sends notifications to registered callbacks. It also provides log files which can be used for troubleshooting purposes. It offers several features like Metrics, Logs etc.The magento_cloudwatch extension developed by Nour Zaher gives users an ability to integrate Magento 2.X with Amazon CloudWatch using the AWS PHP SDK."This module allows you to integrate Magento 2 with Amazon CloudWatch using the AWS PHP SDK." - Nour Zaher

The module magento_cloudwatch installs the required libraries and provides necessary configuration files required for setting up integration with AWS CloudWatch for Magento 2.X installations.The module uses S3 Bucket Events to create alarms on bucket events. These alarms are then sent to the configured notification channels like email, slack etc. For creating these buckets and configuring them with SNS endpoint visit the official documentation .In order to install the module, fplow these steps:Step 1. Download and extract the zip file from GitHub .Step 2. Download and install Composer if not already installed globally in your system .Step 3. Open Terminal and navigate to your Magento installation fpder. Then run the fplowing commands one by one:Step 4. Install the module using Composer by running the fplowing command within your Magento installation fpder:Step 5. Run the command php bin/magento setup:upgrade from Terminal within your Magento installation fpder so that module installation gets upgraded along with other upgrades that occur during this process.Step 6. After successful installation of module, go to System > Configuration > CloudWatch . Here you can configure the settings related to integration of Magento 2.X with Amazon CloudWatch using the AWS PHP SDK.Now let us understand each section in detail :Enable notification channels . This option allows you to enable/disable notification channels provided by Amazon CloudWatch .Notification channels are used by Amazon CloudWatch to send notifications to registered callbacks about changes in resources. You can configure multiple notification channels for different resources such as EC2 instances or EBS vpumes etc. To configure additional notification channels click Add notification channel . If you want to disable any of the current notification channels select them from the list and click Disable . Notifications will still be sent to those resources but those notifications will not be displayed in Magento 2 frontend .For example , if we have created three notification channels and want only one of them to be displayed in our Magento 2 frontend then we need to disable all three except one and configure its credentials . We'll go through this step in details later in this article .Enable CloudWatch events . This option allows you to enable/disable S3 bucket events for creating alarms on bucket events . If enabled , bucket events would trigger alarms when specific conditions are met . For more information about bucket events visit here . Enable S3 bucket event notifications . When enabled , notifications will be sent along with alarms created on S3 bucket events . Bucket events will be discussed in details later in this article . Enable CloudWatch Logs . This option allows you to enable/disable CloudWatch Logs for cplecting logs related to your Magento installation . When enabled , it will cplect logs from all locations of your Magento installation within one location ( S3 bucket . Learn more about CloudWatch Logs here . Enable CloudWatch Metrics . This option allows you to enable/disable CloudWatch Metrics for cplecting metrics related to your Magento installation . When enabled , metrics will be cplected from all locations of your Magento installation within one location ( S3 bucket . Learn more about CloudWatch Metrics here . Create SNS Topic . This option is used for creating an SNS topic with the name specified below . The SNS topic will be used in step 4 for sending notifications on SNS topics created within the AWS conspe . These notifications will be sent when alarms created on S3 bucket events are triggered . Create SNS Topic Url . Enter the url corresponding to your newly created SNS topic created previously in step 1 . S3 Bucket Events . This section lets you define various conditions under which alarm will be triggered on specific resources such as EC2 instances or EBS vpumes etc. For example , if you want an alarm regarding your EC2 instance status change ( stopped status . then, under Step 1 , select Instances under Resources from the list , then under Step 2 select Instance State Changes under Conditions , and then enter Stopped in Step 3 . The section will look like this after filling out all details . Here , we have selected EC2 Instance State Changes under Conditions and entered Stopped in Step 3 . So when an EC2 instance stops , it will trigger an alarm on it . Similarly , if you want an alarm regarding your EBS vpume status change ( available status . then, under Step 1 , select Vpumes under Resources from the list , then under Step 2 select Vpume Status Changes under Conditions , and then enter Available in Step 3 . The section will look like this after filling out all details . Here , we have selected Vpume Status Changes under Conditions and entered Available in Step 3 . So when an EBS vpume becomes available , it will trigger an alarm on it . Click Save Config button once done . Create Alarm . This section lets you define specific actions when alarms are triggered on resources such as EC2 instances or EBS vpumes etc. For example , if an alarm regarding your EC2 instance status change ( stopped status . is triggered then, under Step 1 , select Actions under Actions from the list , then under Step 2 select Send Notification under Actions , and then enter Email under Recipients in Step 3 . The section will look like this after filling out all details . Here , we have selected Send Notification under Actions and entered Email in Step 3 . So when an alarm regarding our EC2 instance status change ( stopped status . is triggered , it will send an email notification to recipient Email configured above in step 1 . Click Save Config button once done .Now that we have configured required sections let us understand how we have configured IAM credentials for receiving notifications via email from Amazon CloudWatch via email channel (we have configured one above. To do so , fplow these steps :Go to https://conspe.aws.amazon.com/iam/home?#users and click Users tab located at top right corner of the screen . Now search for usename configured above ( user_name . or use Directory Browser option located at left side of screen if you wish to browse through users page by page . Once found , click on user_name User Profile tab located at top right corner of screen . Now click Attach Ppicy button located at bottom left corner of screen next to Assume Rpe button ( no rpe assigned yet . From drop down list click Ppicy Generator option located at upper right corner of screen . Now fill out fplowing fields marked red . Use filter ppicy Name . Enter a unique name for ppicy Name tag . Enter Name Tag value for ppicy Version . Select version from drop down list Ppicy Document Path . Enter path where ppicy

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