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Amazon Web Services: Migrating your .NET Enterprise Application by Rob Linton

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Using Amazon CloudWatch to monitor our application

In the previous sections, we briefly looked at how we can use Amazon CloudWatch to monitor and trigger alarms for use in autoscaling. In this section, we will look at how CloudWatch is accessed from the AWS console, and how our actions from the previous sections appear in the AWS console.

CloudWatch in the AWS console

CloudWatch is also now available in the AWS console in its detailed form.

  1. To access CloudWatch, click on the CloudWatch tab in the AWS console:
    CloudWatch in the AWS console

    The first thing you may notice is that there are already two alarms specified, those we specified for our autoscaling web group (WebLowCLUAlarm ...

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