grafana-aws-cloudwatch-dashboards - :cloud: 20+ Grafana dashboards for AWS CloudWatch metrics: EC2, Lambda, S3, ELB, EMR, EBS, SNS, SES, SQS, RDS, EFS, ElastiCache, Billing, API Gateway, VPN,

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Set of AWS Grafana dashboards published on grafana.com - 10k+ downloads.Feel free to create pull request for additional AWS resources/printscreens/...

https://grafana.com/orgs/monitoringartist
https://github.com/monitoringartist/grafana-aws-cloudwatch-dashboards

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