Licensing of Amazon cloud monitor instances in Applications Manager

Licensing of Amazon cloud monitor instances in Applications Manager

  • Each Amazon monitor is considered a basic monitor and comes under the monitor count for licensing.
  • In Amazon monitor, discovery of all the supported services (EC2, RDS, S3, SNS, DynamoDB, ELB, SQS, Lambda, Beanstalk, and Billing information) is performed, among which S3, SNS and Billing information metrics come under the basic Amazon monitor for licensing.
  • Each individual instance of the following services (EC2, RDS, DynamoDB, ELB (ALB & NLB), SQS, Lambda, and Beanstalk) is also considered a basic monitor.

Example:

Let us consider a scenario where a user has added the Amazon monitor by choosing all the supported services (EC2, RDS, S3, SNS, DynamoDB, ELB, SQS, Lambda, Beanstalk) with each AWS service having 2 instances in it.

Based on the above scenario, following would be the monitor count split-up:

  • Amazon monitor [including S3, SNS, Billing statistics] = 1
  • EC2 instances = 2
  • RDS databases = 2
  • DynamoDB databases = 2
  • ELB instances (ALB+NLB) = 4 (2+2) 
  • Lambda functions = 2
  • Beanstalk environments = 2
  • SQS Queues = 2

Total monitor count for licensing = 17


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