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Jan 30, 2019 | By Lawrence Lane
Cost deltas are noticeable rises in resource cost discovered when comparing two distinct time periods in your AWS billing history. This might seem like an obvious place to start when analyzing your bill, however many people do not know their average application workload costs—especially not on a per-instance level. Being familiar with that information is step one. With Metricly, you can take that step and a few more by setting up a daily cost email update in the AWS Services Cost report.
Jan 2, 2019 | By Lawrence Lane
Amazon Route 53 is a cloud Domain Name System (DNS) web service that translates names like www.example.com into numeric IP addresses like 192.0.2.1; it is also fully compliant with IPv6. Metricly now supports some out-of-the-box default policies and metrics for Route 53.
Dec 28, 2018 | By Mike Mackrory
Companies begin using Amazon Web Services (AWS) to provide their IT infrastructure because of the ability to grow and expand their capabilities without a substantial capital investment, and because they only pay for the resources they need and use.
Dec 20, 2018 | By Lawrence Lane
The Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) is a scalable storage solution for Linux-based workloads on AWS Cloud services and on-premise resources. Metricly now supports some out-of-the-box default policies and metrics for EFS.
Sep 17, 2018 | By Metricly
Is your performance monitoring using real-time analytics in a way that will produce results or frustration? Real-time analytics can improve the value of performance monitoring by enabling operations teams to pinpoint problems faster and proactively manage applications. If not used correctly or completely, analytics can make or break your monitoring solution.
Sep 1, 2018 | By Metricly
When is it appropriate for static thresholds to operate on their own? When should operations teams utilize them as baselines within anomaly detection solutions leveraging machine learning algorithms? Read on to find out.