DynamoDB Monitoring in AWS

Amazon DynamoDB, which is the Amazon Web Services portfolio, is a non-relational database source that is able to provide stable performance, regardless of the size.


Amazon DynamoDB,is the Amazon Web Services portfolio, is a non-relational database source that is able to provide stable performance, regardless of the size. It's a fully-managed with a exclusive NoSQL database that can support keys-value data and documents. It also offers security backup and restore, as well as an internal memory cache.

Application Manager's monitoring software can detect all DynamoDB tables and provide data about the performance metrics, such as responses speed, latency as well as throttle errors. By using the Monitoring function of the DynamoDB feature, you'll be able optimize the utilization of resources and boost the speed that are generated by the Amazon DynamoDB database.Find out everything about the most efficient ways to utilize Amazon Web Services with the Migrating to AWS Course.

Gain insight into database performance

Look for actions in the database that have higher latency. With the DynamoDB Monitoring tool allows you to detect latency on requests and know the amount of duration needed to allow an operation within the database to be completed. Reports on the performance of delays for various actions like PUT GET, Scan etc. From the DynamoDB perspective from a server-side perspective. Review the performance as a result of DynamoDB overall table efficiency, by studying important utilization statistics such as the number of bytes and records created by GetRecords actions (Amazon DynamoDB Streams) during certain periods.

Utilization of resource and capacity management

Applications Manager's AWS DynamoDB monitoring system allows users to perform analyses on the table level according to the needs of users, and to make informed decisions about the development of the capacity for throughput allocated. By using DynamoDB indicators, such as reserve capacity that can be accessed, you identify ways to boost or decrease the parameters for throughput. Examine the capacity of both read and write units to ensure there isn't any issue with throttling . This will allow you to keep up-to-date regarding the speed of requests, patterns of throughput and the activity of tables.

Troubleshoot issues related to throttle

If the application you're running exceeds the maximum throughput limit you've set, it might be susceptible to throttle requests. You can control the reserve capacity to make sure that your reserve capacity specified will not expire. This will allow you to handle sudden spikes in traffic without the need to reverse throttle errors. Application Manager's AWS DynamoDB monitoring tool, it lets you set thresholds and notify you when events that trigger throttle occur. Associate throttled requests to throttle events in order to determine the causes which cause the request be throttled.