Full range of metrics to get complete visibility into your object storage environment.
Analyze storage patterns and growth.
How much are you storing? Monitor metrics including bucket size and object count to track storage usage and capacity growth. Receive notifications when usage exceeds your specified value.
Understand request rate and retrieval pattern.
Track the operational health of your storage infrastructure with request and error metrics. Monitor the request rate and analyze data access patterns on a bucket-level basis to choose the appropriate storage class. You can also track client/server HTTP error codes to isolate and act on them.
Optimize performance for your workload.
Improve the performance of your S3-powered website or mobile app by monitoring critical performance metrics including total request latency and first-byte latency. Track bandwidth usage with the bytes downloaded/uploaded metric to keep an eye on your costs.
Designed for storage administrators.
Other AWS servicesMonitor multiple AWS services through one platform. Easily monitor compute resources, serverless functions, SQL/NoSQL data stores, caching solutions, pub/sub systems, and load-balancing services in your AWS platform.
Go beyond CloudWatch metrics. Know immediately when your S3 object endpoint URLs become slow or go down.
Periodically run automated checks on the object endpoints powering your static website or mobile app from global locations to identify slow responses, errors, and broken API endpoints so you can get a geocentric perspective on performance.
Features and additional specs.
Configure multiple prefix or suffix-based filters to discover the object endpoint URLs that you want to monitor.
Run periodic checks on a continuous schedule. Configure checks to run once per minute, every two hours, or any frequency in between.
Monitor your object endpoints from around the world. Choose from a list of more than 90 geo-distributed locations.
IPv4 and IPv6
Monitor your dual-stack endpoints from both IPv4 and IPv6-supported locations to identify possible connectivity issues.
Selecting a request method is straightforward: just choose between GET or HEAD request types.
Leverage failure checks to ensure your API responses are correct. Get notified when the response body does or doesn't contain a particular string.
Create a logical grouping of S3 object endpoint URLs and monitor their status as a whole.
Create monitor dependencies and effectively trigger alerts without producing a lot of noise.