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DESCRIPTION

Use SignalFx to monitor Amazon DynamoDB via Amazon Web Services.

FEATURES

Built-in dashboards

  • AWS DynamoDB: Overview of all data from DynamoDB.
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INSTALLATION

To access this integration, connect to CloudWatch.

By default, SignalFx will import all CloudWatch metrics that are available in your account. To retrieve metrics for a subset of available services or regions, modify the connection on the Integrations page.

USAGE

SignalFx provides built-in dashboards for this service. Examples are shown below.

  • Average Latency (latest)
    • Successful requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams during the specified time period. image3
  • Average Latency (by request type)
    • Successful requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams during the specified time period. image4
  • Throttled Requests (latest)
    • Requests to DynamoDB that exceed the provisioned throughput limits on a resource (such as a table or an index). image5
  • Throttled Requests by Request Type
    • Requests to DynamoDB that exceed the provisioned throughput limits on a resource (such as a table or an index). image6
  • User Errors (trend)
    • Requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams that generate an HTTP 400 status code during the specified time period. image7
  • User Errors (latest)
    • Requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams that generate an HTTP 400 status code during the specified time period. image8
  • System Errors (trend)
    • Requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams that generate an HTTP 500 status code during the specified time period.
  • System Errors (latest)
    • Requests to DynamoDB or Amazon DynamoDB Streams that generate an HTTP 500 status code during the specified time period.
  • Consumed Read Capacity Units
    • The number of read capacity units consumed over the specified time period, so you can track how much of your provisioned throughput is used. image9
  • Consumed Read Capacity Units
    • The number of write capacity units consumed over the specified time period, so you can track how much of your provisioned throughput is used. image10
  • Average Provisioned Read Capacity Units
    • The average number of provisioned read capacity units for a table or a global secondary index. image11
  • Average Provisioned Write Capacity Units
    • The number of provisioned write capacity units for a table or a global secondary index. image12
  • Read Throttle Events
    • Requests to DynamoDB that exceed the provisioned read capacity units for a table or a global secondary index. image13
  • Write Throttle Events
    • Requests to DynamoDB that exceed the provisioned write capacity units for a table or a global secondary index. image14
  • Returned Item Count
    • Requests to DynamoDB that exceed the provisioned write capacity units for a table or a global secondary index. image15

METRICS

For more information about the metrics emitted by Amazon DynamoDB, visit the service’s homepage at https://aws.amazon.com/dynamodb/.