The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Integration allows performance data to be collected at regular intervals from AWS for analysis in CloudWisdom.
For a list of collected and computed metrics, visit our Metrics List.
Must have access to an AWS account and CloudWatch metrics.
|Lambda||Custom CloudWatch Metric||S3 Bucket|
|Application Load Balancer||Target Group||MQ Broker|
Regardless of the installation method used below, Cost Explorer must be enabled from the master billing account–even if set up on a sub-account. IAM Roles set up with the master billing account allow CloudWisdom to present reports spanning all of your accounts; IAM Roles set up with a sub-account only reports cost for that one account.
The Access Key Method is no longer recommended; AWS recommends always using IAM Roles. Check out AWS’s Security Best Practices for more information.
You can create multiple AWS integrations if you wish. If you haven’t created an AWS integration yet, continue with the installation instructions.
If you’ve already created an AWS integration but want to create another one, navigate to the Integrations page (top navigation menu) and click the Amazon Web Services card. Your most recently created integration’s information will be available in the fields. Click Add Integration; a blank AWS integration setup page will appear.
If you’ve already created an AWS integration and want to edit the configuration information, navigate to the Integrations page (top navigation menu) and click the Amazon Web Services card. Your most recently created integration’s information will be available in the fields; edit as necessary.
If you want to edit a different AWS integration, click View Current Integrations on the AWS integration setup page, then select the desired AWS integration.