Amazon CloudWatch | Management Tools
Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, and set alarms. Amazon CloudWatch can monitor AWS resources such as Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon DynamoDB tables, and Amazon RDS DB instances, as well as custom metrics generated by your applications and services, and any log files your applications generate. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to gain system-wide visibility into resource utilization, application performance, and operational health. You can use these insights to react and keep your application running smoothly.
AWS Auto Scaling
AWS Auto Scaling | Management Tools
AWS Auto Scaling is a new AWS service that helps you optimize the performance of your applications while lowering infrastructure costs by easily and safely scaling multiple AWS resources. It simplifies the scaling experience by allowing you to scale collections of related resources that support your application with just a few clicks. AWS Auto Scaling helps you configure consistent and congruent scaling policies across the full infrastructure stack backing your application. AWS Auto Scaling will automatically scale resources as needed to align to your selected scaling strategy, so you maintain performance and pay only for the resources you actually need.
AWS CloudFormation | Management Tools
AWS CloudFormation is a service that gives developers and businesses an easy way to create a collection of related AWS resources and provision them in an orderly and predictable fashion.
AWS CloudTrail | Management Tools
AWS CloudTrail is a web service that records activity made on your account and delivers log files to your Amazon S3 bucket.
AWS Config | Management Tools
AWS Config is a fully managed service that provides you with an AWS resource inventory, configuration history, and configuration change notifications to enable security and governance. With AWS Config you can discover existing AWS resources, export a complete inventory of your AWS resources with all configuration details, and determine how a resource was configured at any point in time. These capabilities enable compliance auditing, security analysis, resource change tracking, and troubleshooting.
Why did we build AWS Managed Services
Why did we build AWS Managed Services | Management Tools
It all comes down to customer choice. When our customers ask us for a capability, we listen. AWS Managed Services was built for Fortune 100 companies who asked us to develop the single-vendor capabilities required for them to move thousands of workloads to AWS, and receive comparable SLAs and capabilities of their existing on-premises solutions and outsource providers. AWS Managed Services was our response to this very specific ask, and we are building the prescriptive standards and tools needed to unlock very significant enterprise workloads at scale. We believe that there is a huge opportunity for multiple companies to be successful serving these needs, especially those that are using the cloud to reinvent the managed services industry.
AWS Management Console
AWS Management Console | Management Tools
The AWS Management Console provides a simple web interface for Amazon Web Services. You can log in using your AWS account name and password. If you’ve enabled AWS Multi-Factor Authentication, you will be prompted for your device’s authentication code.
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate | Management Tools
AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate provides a fully managed Chef server and suite of automation tools that give you workflow automation for continuous deployment, automated testing for compliance and security, and a user interface that gives you visibility into your nodes and their status. The Chef server gives you full stack automation by handling operational tasks such as software and operating system configurations, package installations, database setups, and more. The Chef server centrally stores your configuration tasks and provides them to each node in your compute environment at any scale, from a few nodes to thousands of nodes. OpsWorks for Chef Automate is completely compatible with tooling and cookbooks from the Chef community and automatically registers new nodes with your Chef server.
AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise
AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise | Management Tools
AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise provides a managed Puppet Enterprise server and suite of automation tools that give you workflow automation for orchestration, automated provisioning, and visualization for traceability. The Puppet Enterprise server gives you full stack automation by handling operational tasks such as software and operating system configurations, package installations, database setups, and more. The Puppet Master centrally stores your configuration tasks and provides them to each node in your compute environment at any scale, from a few nodes to thousands of nodes.
AWS OpsWorks Stacks
AWS OpsWorks Stacks | Management Tools
AWS OpsWorks Stacks lets you manage applications and servers on AWS and on-premises. With OpsWorks Stacks, you can model your application as a stack containing different layers, such as load balancing, database, and application server. You can deploy and configure Amazon EC2 instances in each layer or connect other resources such as Amazon RDS databases. OpsWorks Stacks lets you set automatic scaling for your servers based on preset schedules or in response to changing traffic levels, and it uses lifecycle hooks to orchestrate changes as your environment scales. You run Chef recipes using Chef Solo, allowing you to automate tasks such as installing packages and programming languages or frameworks, configuring software, and more.
AWS Service Catalog
AWS Service Catalog | Management Tools
AWS Service Catalog allows IT administrators to create, manage, and distribute catalogs of approved products to end users, who can then access the products they need in a personalized portal. Administrators can control which users have access to each product to enforce compliance with organizational business policies. Administrators can also setup adopted roles so that End users only require IAM access to AWS Service Catalog in order to deploy approved resources. AWS Service Catalog allows your organization to benefit from increased agility and reduced costs because end users can find and launch only the products they need from a catalog that you control.
AWS Systems Manager
AWS Systems Manager | Management Tools
AWS Systems Manager allows you to centralize operational data from multiple AWS services and automate tasks across your AWS resources. You can create logical groups of resources such as applications, different layers of an application stack, or production versus development environments. With Systems Manager, you can select a resource group and view its recent API activity, resource configuration changes, related notifications, operational alerts, software inventory, and patch compliance status. You can also take action on each resource group depending on your operational needs. Systems Manager provides a central place to view and manage your AWS resources, so you can have complete visibility and control over your operations.
AWS Trusted Advisor
AWS Trusted Advisor | Management Tools
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