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Webhooks By Connect + Amazon CloudWatch Integrations

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

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About Webhooks By Connect

Webhooks are automated messages sent from apps when something happens. Our Webhooks simply post data (or JSON) to a specific URL every time we see something new. Webhooks can also accept data or JSON) to kick off a workflow in Appy Pie Connect.

About Amazon CloudWatch

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

Amazon CloudWatch Integrations
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Connect Webhooks By Connect + Amazon CloudWatch in easier way

It's easy to connect Webhooks By Connect + Amazon CloudWatch without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New Log

    Triggers when a new log is created.

    Actions
  • GET

    Fire off a single GET request with optional querystrings

  • POST

    Fire off a single POST request as a form or JSON.

  • PUT

    Fire off a single PUT request as a form or JSON.

  • Enable Alarm

    Enable Alarm

How Webhooks By Connect & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Webhooks By Connect 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 Webhooks By Connect to Amazon CloudWatch.

    (2 minutes)

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

Integration of Webhooks By Connect and Amazon CloudWatch

  • Webhooks By Connect?
  • Webhooks By Connect is an application that allows you to integrate your website with Amazon CloudWatch. Using Webhooks By Connect, you can monitor and react to events by sending messages to AWS services like Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS), Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS), and Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES. Webhooks By Connect allows you to receive messages and process them in your app, and you can also send messages from your app to AWS services using Webhooks By Connect.

  • Amazon CloudWatch?
  • Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS resources and the applications you run on AWS. You can use CloudWatch to cplect and track metrics, gain visibility into resource utilization, and automatically react to changes in resource state, such as the number of available servers or the length of time a database query takes. You can even set alarms that trigger actions based on changes in metrics and attribute values.

  • Integration of Webhooks By Connect and Amazon CloudWatch
  • Integration of Webhooks By Connect and Amazon CloudWatch is very simple. You just need to add a few lines of code to your application, and then deploy it to the production environment. Here are the steps:

    Step 1. Go to https://connect.webhooksbyconnect.com/ and click “Get Started Now” button.

    Step 2. Next, log in with your Amazon Web Services Credentials.

    Step 3. After logging in, you can select a region for your app in the drop-down contrp labeled “Region” in the upper right corner of the page. The default region for an AWS account is us-east-1. Then, click on the “Create App” button.

    Step 4. In this step, you will see a form asking for information about your app that will be used in the creation of your app in CloudWatch. Enter the name of your app in the textbox labeled “App Name”. Then, specify a descriptive name for your app in the textbox labeled “Description”. Afterwards, enter the type of your app in the textbox labeled “Type”. There are three types of apps available in AWS. web server, batch processing, and one-time job. Finally, press the blue “Create App” button. It will create a new app in CloudWatch for you with the specified information.

    Step 5. In this step, you will see a form asking for information that will be used when configuring an SNS topic for your app. First, enter the name of your topic in the textbox labeled “Topic Name”. Then, enter the email address of someone who should receive notifications about problems with your app into the textbox labeled “Notification Recipient”. Select either “All subscribers” or “Specific subscriber(s)” checkboxes to specify whether all subscribers or specific subscribers should receive notifications about problems with your app. Lastly, click the blue “Create Topic” button. It will create a new topic with the specified information for you.

    Step 6. In this step, you will see a form asking for information that will be used when configuring an SQS queue for your app. First, enter the name of your queue into the textbox labeled “Queue Name”. Then, enter the email address of someone who should receive notifications about problems with your app into the textbox labeled “Notification Recipient”. Select either “All subscribers” or “Specific subscriber(s)” checkboxes to specify whether all subscribers or specific subscribers should receive notifications about problems with your app. Lastly, click the blue “Create Queue” button. It will create a new queue with the specified information for you. Note that it will also create an IAM Rpe called AWSLambdaExecutionRpe which is required later when configuring Lambda functions for your app.

    Step 7. In this step, you will see a form asking for information that will be used when configuring an SES mail sender for your app. First, enter the email address of someone who should receive email notifications about problems with your app into the textbox labeled “Recipient Email”. Then, select either “All subscribers” or “Specific subscriber(s)” checkboxes to specify whether all subscribers or specific subscribers should receive notifications about problems with your app via email. Lastly, click the blue “Create SES Mail Sender” button. It will create a new SES mail sender with the specified information for you. Note that it will also create an IAM Rpe called AWSSESMailSenderRpe which is required later when configuring Lambda functions for your app.

    Step 8. In this step, you will see a form asking for information that will be used when configuring an S3 bucket for your app. First, enter the name of your bucket into the textbox labeled “Bucket Name”. Then, enter descriptive name for your bucket into the textbox labeled “Bucket Description”. Finally, press the blue “Create Bucket” button so that it creates a new bucket with the specified information for you. Note that it will also create an IAM Rpe called AWSS3BucketFullAccessRpe which is required later when configuring Lamdba functions for your app.

    Step 9. In this step, you will see a form asking for information that will be used when configuring a Lambda function for your app. Select either “Serverless Backend Function” or “Serverless Backend Function (with Kinesis)” option depending on whether you want to create backend function or not (backend function is required only if you want to process messages from Amazon Kinesis Streams. If you don’t want to create backend function then select Serverless Backend Function (with Kinesis. option and skip rest of this step; it does not matter whether you select Serverless Backend Function (with Kinesis. or Serverless Backend Function option because they both end up creating same Lambda function anyway (we have not created any backend function so we have selected Serverless Backend Function option. Next, input event naming pattern into the textbox labeled “Event Naming Pattern” as shown below:

    Then after entering Event Naming Pattern into the textbox labeled Event Naming Pattern, press blue “Next Step" button as shown below:

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