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Applies to: AWS Log Forwarder v1.0.10 and above
Amazon CloudWatch is a component of the Amazon Web Services that monitor the AWS resources and the customer applications running on the Amazon infrastructure. CloudWatch enables real-time monitoring of the AWS resources such as Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud EC2 instances, Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes, Elastic Load Balancing, and Amazon Relational Database Service instances. The application automatically collects and provides metrics for the CPU utilization, latency, and request count. Users can also stipulate additional metrics to be monitored, such as memory usage, transaction volumes, or error rates.
Netsurion monitors events from Amazon CloudWatch by parsing the AWS CloudTrail logs and triggers from Amazon EventBridge. Dashboards and reports in Netsurion's threat protection platform, EventTracker, will track the overall actions performed related to the Amazon CloudWatch service to keep you informed about its activities. It will trigger alerts whenever an action that is critical to the service is carried out.
For a new instance, integrate the AWS instance to EventTracker using the EventTracker integrator lambda function, which will, in turn, deliver logs to EventTracker from AWS.
Once configured to deliver events to EventTracker Manager, the alerts, dashboards, and reports can be configured into EventTracker.
For an already-integrated AWS instance, update to ETS_AWS_LogForwarder v1.0.10 or above.
The configuration details are consistent with EventTracker version 9.3X and later, and ETS-AWS-LogForwarder v1.0.10 and above.
To configure Amazon CloudWatch to send logs to EventTracker, refer to the How-to Guide.
For more information please refer to the Integration Guide.