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ADTop Monitoring Solution for AWS Data Analytics Services

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What is ADTop Monitoring ?

ADTop Monitoring is lightweight application to perform real-time monitoring for AWS Data Analytics Resources. Based on same simplicity concept of Unix top utility, provide quick and fast view of performance, just all in one screen.


How does ADTop Monitoring look like?



AWS Services Support

ADTop Monitoring Solution currently supports following database services:

Solution Components

  • Frontend. React Developed Application to provide user interface to visualize performance information.

  • Backend. NodeJS API Component to gather performance information from central repository and AWS Metadata



Use cases

  • Monitor service performance. Visualize performance data on realtime, and correlate data to understand and resolve the root cause of performance issues in your AWS resources.

  • Perform root cause analysis. Analyze service and operating system metrics to speed up debugging and reduce overall mean time to resolution.

  • Optimize resources proactively. Identify top consumer resources, gather performance metrics and resource usages.

Solution Requirements

ADTop Monitoring Solution requires following resources:

  • [Amazon EMR]. Require Telegraf OpenSource Agent to collect performance metrics. Add bootstraping step to configure the agent to send metrics to central repository. Configuration script is located into conf directory.

Resource Usage and Cost

ADTop Monitoring Solution will use following resources:

  • AWS EC2 instance. The cost of this resource will depend of size selected during the deployment process. AWS EC2 instance pricing can be review here.

  • AWS Timestream. The cost of this resource will depend how much time the application is being used, modules usage and number of cluster nodes to monitoring. Monitoring agent will write performance metrics into AWS Timestream service. ADTop Monitoring Solution will query AWS Timestream service to show performance information. AWS Timestream pricing can be review here.

Solution Deployment

Time to deploy: Approximately 10 minutes.

Launch CloudFormation Stack

Follow the step-by-step instructions to configure and deploy the ADTop Monitoring Solution into your account.

  1. Make sure you have sign in AWS Console already.
  2. Download AWS Cloudformation Template (ADMonitoringSolution.template) located into conf folder.
  3. Open AWS CloudFormation Console
  4. Create an stack using Cloudformation template (DBMonitoringSolution.template) already downloaded on step 2.
  5. Input Stack name parameter.
  6. Acknowledge Application Updates - Disclaimer parameter.
  7. Input Username parameter, this username will be used to access the application. An email will be sent with temporary password from AWS Cognito Service.
  8. Input AWS Linux AMI parameter, this parameter specify AWS AMI to build App EC2 Server. Keep default value.
  9. Select Instance Type parameter, indicate what instance size is needed.
  10. Select VPC Name parameter, indicate VPC to be used to deploy application server.
  11. Select Subnet Name parameter, indicate subnet to be used to deploy application server, this subnet needs to have outbound internet access to reach AWS APIs. Also application server needs to be able to reach AWS Database Resources, add appropiate inboud rules on Amazon RDS security groups to allow network connections.
  12. Select Public IP Address parameter, the deployment will assign private IP Address by default to access the application, you can assign Public IP Address to access the application in case you need it, Select (true) to assign Public IP Address.
  13. Input CIDR parameter, specify CIDR inbound access rule, this will grant network access for the application.
  14. Click Next, Click Next, select acknowledge that AWS CloudFormation might create IAM resources with custom names. and Click Submit.
  15. Once Cloudformation has been deployed, gather application URL from output stack section. Username will be same you introduce on step 7 and temporary password will be sent by AWS Cognito Service.
  16. Application deployment will take around 5 minutes to be completed.

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