Elasticsearch Performance Monitoring How is your Linux distribution impacting your app performance?

Insert dozens of AWS integrations on the same dashboard

Insert dozens of AWS integrations on the same dashboard

Since organizations often use more than one AWS tool for application monitoring, it’s important to collect data from each of them to ensure your infrastructure can support these tools properly. With AppOptics, you’ll be gathering metrics from all your AWS services in no time.

  • Import metrics from up to 250 AWS instances.
  • Use the AWS CloudWatch monitoring API to easily start collecting any AWS metrics generated over the past two weeks, even if the database or resource is no longer activated.
  • Use the integration importer to avoid paying for additional AWS API calls. You can also leverage the DescribeX API call to see which AWS resources are running.

Receive standard or custom alerts for Elasticsearch metrics

Receive standard or custom alerts for Elasticsearch metrics

Because Elasticsearch is designed to store and manage a wide array of document-oriented and semi-structured data, there’s more information in play. You must choose the right metrics to ensure you’re monitoring your Elasticsearch environment in the most useful way. With AppOptics custom metrics and analytics, it’s easier to keep your finger on the pulse of Elasticsearch performance.

  • The Alerts Central allows you to edit, create, sort, and save alerts related to your Elasticsearch deployment
  • Easily link notifications to third-party apps so alerts are sent to your team in a suitable manner
  • Receive notifications on changes in your cluster state, license expiration, and other cluster metrics.

Reliable monitoring for all critical Elasticsearch metrics

Reliable monitoring for all critical Elasticsearch metrics

Because organizations use Elasticsearch to support various tasks from logging and indexing datasets to collecting and analyzing event data, it’s important to ensure the host infrastructure meets your cluster requirements. AppOptics helps by offering the following:

  • Monitor Elasticsearch master nodes to ensure they’re coordinating cluster tasks like sharing shards across nodes and generating or removing indices as needed
  • Track Elasticsearch clusters to ensure they’re storing and executing data-related operations like searching and aggregation
  • Retrieve up to 25 custom tags on your EC2 instances
  • Compare the health and performance of multiple Elasticsearch deployments from a single UI

Data and Security Analytics

Data and Security Analytics

Amazon Elasticsearch Service is an open-source distributed search and analytics engine, widely used for data and security analytics.

  • Store the collected metrics from Elasticsearch alongside other AWS solutions
  • Use full-text search, security intelligence, business analytics, and more
  • Monitor a range of metrics, easily collect and alert on key data points

Ensure your infrastructure can handle clusters

Ensure your infrastructure can handle clusters

Elasticsearch enables you to process and query large volumes of AWS data, but without a monitoring tool, there would be no way to ensure your infrastructure can support the clusters executing many Elasticsearch tasks.

  • Analyze the requisite infrastructure monitoring by tracking everything from cluster health
  • Master node metrics to Amazon Elastic Block Store volume and available tags
  • Get instant notifications if an issue occurs
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