The CloudWatch metrics integration installs the following preconfigured dashboards in your Grafana Cloud instance.
|AWS Billing||Shows estimated charges for AWS resources|
|AWS EBS||Shows volume queue length and volume throughput percentage to help you understand throughput and bandwidth|
|AWS EC2||Shows EC2 instances and key indicators, such as CPU utilization, network traffic, disk performance, and system checks|
|AWS ELB Application Load Balancer|
|AWS ELB Classic Load Balancer|
|AWS Lambda||Shows key RED metrics, including invocations, errors, and duration of requests|
|AWS NAT Gateways|
|AWS RDS||Shows indicators such as CPU utilization, database connection count, disk throughput, IOPS, and availability|
|AWS S3||Allows you to monitor your object buckets and keep track of their size, volume of data, and number of objects. You also have access to view request metrics, such as latency and error rate.|
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