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funnel - An easy way to fetch aggregate metrics from various sources, and transport them into StatsD

  •    Javascript

An easy way to fetch aggregate metrics from various sources, and transport them into StatsD. Support for additional sources is always welcome.




cwlogs - Node.js stream-based access to CloudWatch Logs

  •    Javascript

Node.js stream-based access to CloudWatch Logs.

cloudwatch-dashboards-cloudformation-sample - A sample project to demonstrate using Cloudformation, how to create and configure CloudWatch metric filters, alarms and a dashboard to monitor an AWS Lambda function

  •    Makefile

This is a sample project called 'CodeBuddy'. This is to demonstrate using Cloudformation, how to create and configure CloudWatch metric filters, alarms and a dashboard to monitor an AWS Lambda function.In order to install this utility into your AWS account and correctly execute the scripts of this project you have to create a new user called codebuddy and give it a programmatic access. For the moment have to attach to this user the IAMFullAccess existing policy. In the step 4 you will create a more fine grained policy and will remove this one.

AWS-Utilities - Collection of scripts for interacting with Amazon Web Services

  •    Python

Backup AWS RDS instance logs. Log files that have already been downloaded will not be re-downloaded.

statsd-cloudwatch-backend - A StatsD backend for Amazon's AWS CloudWatch

  •    Javascript

This is a pluggable backend for StatsD. It publishes stats to Amazon's AWS CloudWatch. Counters, Gauges, and Timers are supported. Sets are not implemented.


cloudwatch-buddy - Node.js Module for sending metrics and logs to AWS CloudWatch

  •    Javascript

WARNING: This is currently in "beta" and has not been extensively tested. Please wait for a 1.0.0 release before using in production. Until then, feel free to create issues or pull requests. cloudwatch-buddy is a node module which easily allows for the sending of CloudWatch metrics, statistics, and logs to AWS CloudWatch. Using this module, you can easily replace StatsD with AWS CloudWatch. It gracefully hadles single increments (such as pageviews), as well as more complex measurements (page load times or size) with sum, minimums, and maximums with custom dimensions. Additionally, it can stream logs to AWS, dealing with the timestamps and formatting issues. It also manages periodic sending of logs and the AWS "next token" pattern, as well as uploading copies of the log files to an S3 bucket of your choosing.

winston-cloudwatch - Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston.

  •    Javascript

Send logs to Amazon Cloudwatch using Winston. AWS configuration works using ~/.aws/credentials as written in AWS JavaScript SDK guide.

ax - A CLI tool to query structured logs, including Kibana, Cloudwatch, Stackdriver, Docker and plain JSON file logs

  •    Go

It's a structured logging world we live in, but do we really have to look at JSON logs? Not with Ax. to install in the current directory.

cloudwatchlogsbeat - A beat for AWS CloudWatch Logs

  •    Go

Cloudwatchlogsbeat is a beat for the elastic stack. Its purpose is to harvest data from AWS Cloudwatch Log Groups and ship them to a variety of sinks that include logstash, elasticsearch etc. The beat is production-tested and is currently being used to harvest some thousands of stream events per minute. Cloudwatchlogsbeat operates by monitoring a set of AWS Cloudwatch Log Groups specified in its configuration, which also defines a set of configuration values that influence the beat's operational behaviour. In general, the log groups are periodically probed for new streams which are then polled for new events.

graphout - Graphout lets you query Graphite or Prometheus, then forward the results to different external services

  •    Javascript

Graphout lets you query graphite or prometheus, then forward the results to different external services. Like Zabbix or StatusPage.io custom metrics. The project considered BETA, however everything should work. Submit issues and/or suggestions. Pull requests are always welcome.

cwlogs-writable - Writable stream for AWS CloudWatch Logs

  •    Javascript

Writable stream for AWS CloudWatch Logs, inspired by bunyan-cloudwatch. Create and write to the stream.

serverless-log-forwarding - Serverless plugin for forwarding CloudWatch logs to another Lambda function

  •    Javascript

Serverless plugin for forwarding CloudWatch logs to another Lambda function. Amplify builds innovative and compelling digital educational products that empower teachers and students across the country. We have a long history as the leading innovator in K-12 education - and have been described as the best tech company in education and the best education company in tech. While others try to shrink the learning experience into the technology, we use technology to expand what is possible in real classrooms with real students and teachers.

aws-lambda-go-event - Type definitions for AWS Lambda event sources.

  •    Go

Type definitions and helpers for AWS Lambda event sources. AWS Lambda lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. With eawsy/aws-lambda-go-shim, you can author your Lambda function code in Go. This project provides type definitions and helpers to deal with AWS Lambda event source mapping.

cloudwatchlogs-stream - Stream interfacet to CloudWatch Logs

  •    Javascript

Nice streaming interface to CloudWatch Logs. Can be used from code or as a standalone Agent. See cloudwatchlogs --help.

artillery-plugin-cloudwatch - A plugin for artillery.io that records response data into CloudWatch

  •    Javascript

A plugin for artillery.io that records response data into cloudwatch. See https://github.com/shoreditch-ops/artillery. Also see http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonCloudWatch/latest/DeveloperGuide/WhatIsCloudWatch.html.