Amazon Web Services monitoring
Dynatrace automatically discovers, baselines, and intelligently monitors Amazon Web Services cloud environments.
Monitoring and problem detection
Dynatrace AWS monitoring performs AI-based automatic business impact, problem detection, and root cause analysis for all AWS services based on all metrics published to Amazon CloudWatch. This analysis can be additionally extended by full-stack monitoring provided by OneAgent deployed on compute resources such as Amazon EC2, AWS Lambda, and Kubernetes. All of the entities can also be subject to comprehensive log analysis.
In addition to the above, Dynatrace enables the understanding of workload applied AWS resources and environment dynamics per region.
The AWS monitoring is available for all Dynatrace customers, regardless of whether their Dynatrace cluster is SaaS-based or Managed.
Ease of use and convenient visualization
Amazon Web Services monitoring comes with consistent out-of-the-box metrics, dashboards, and alerts immediately after monitoring is enabled.
The measurements and analysis of core AWS services are visualized on a purpose-built infographics dashboard (see the gallery). Convenient reports and dashboards are also available for business impact analysis and topology maps.
The Dynatrace users can select which services and instances are monitored and how this process is performed. This selection can be done as part of the initial monitoring setup or at any later point. This also applies to new services enabled on the AWS cloud or added by Amazon.
It is possible to choose monitoring metrics for each of the supporting services. Equally, all the dashboards for AWS monitoring can be cloned and easily customized as needed.
Tracking of services and dependencies is not limited to AWS. Thanks to Davis® and its ability to process data from all types of environments, Dynatrace is optimized for monitoring hybrid environments, including business applications spanning across multiple cloud and virtualization platforms such as Microsoft Azure, GCP, VMware, Kubernetes, Openshift, and on-premises infrastructure.