All AWS cloud services
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With AWS monitoring integration, built-in services are monitored out of the box. You can also monitor other AWS services that influence the performance of your AWS-hosted applications.
You can receive Amazon CloudWatch metrics for multiple predefined services. You can view graphs per service instance, with a set of dimensions, and create custom graphs that you can pin to your dashboards. You can reduce your CloudWatch costs and throttling by selecting which additional services to monitor. Additionally, for non-built-in services, you can choose which metrics you want to monitor.
AWS cloud services monitored by default
As a result of AWS monitoring integration, some services are monitored out of the box. Such services are marked as built-in.
- Amazon Dynamo Database (built-in) Amazon EC2 (built-in) Amazon EC2 Autoscaling (built-in) AWS Lambda (built-in) AWS Application and Network Load Balancer (built-in) Elastic Load Balancer (built-in) Amazon S3 (built-in) Amazon RDS (built-in) Amazon EBS (built-in)
For information about differences between built-in services and other services, see Migrate from AWS built-in services to cloud services.
Other AWS cloud services
In addition to cloud services monitored by default, you can monitor other AWS services that affect the performance of your AWS-hosted applications.
- Amazon DynamoDB Amazon EBS AWS Lambda Amazon RDS AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority (ACM PCA) Amazon API Gateway Amazon AppStream 2.0 AWS AppSync AWS App Runner Amazon Athena Amazon Aurora AWS Billing AWS Chatbot Amazon CloudFront AWS CloudHSM (V2) Amazon CloudSearch Amazon CloudWatch Logs Amazon CloudWatch Usage AWS CodeBuild Amazon Cognito Amazon Connect Amazon Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) AWS DataSync AWS Direct Connect Amazon DocumentDB Amazon DynamoDB Accelerator (DAX) Amazon EC2 API Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling Amazon EC2 Spot Fleet Amazon ECS Container Insights Amazon ElastiCache AWS Elastic Beanstalk Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) Amazon Elastic Inference Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) Amazon Elasticsearch Service (ES) Amazon Elastic Transcoder AWS Elemental MediaConnect AWS Elemental MediaConvert AWS Elemental MediaPackage AWS Elemental MediaTailor Amazon EventBridge Amazon FSx Amazon GameLift AWS Glue Amazon Inspector AWS IoT AWS IoT Analytics AWS IoT Things Graph Amazon Keyspaces (Cassandra) Amazon Kinesis Amazon Lex Amazon MSK (Kafka) Amazon MQ Amazon Neptune AWS OpsWorks Amazon Polly Amazon QLDB Amazon Redshift Amazon Rekognition AWS RoboMaker Amazon Route 53 Amazon Route 53 Resolver Amazon SageMaker AWS Service Catalog Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) AWS Step Functions AWS Storage Gateway AWS Systems Manager Run Command Amazon Textract AWS Transfer Family AWS Transit Gateway Amazon Translate AWS Trusted Advisor Amazon VPC NAT Gateways AWS Site-to-Site VPN Amazon WAF Classic AWS WAF Amazon WorkMail Amazon WorkSpaces
To list all AWS-supported services on your cluster by the current version, use the AWS-supported services API.
As of 2021, all cloud services consume DDUs. The amount of DDU consumption per service instance depends on the number of monitored metrics and their dimensions (each metric dimension results in the ingestion of 1 data point; 1 data point consumes 0.001 DDUs).