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AWS’ managed Prometheus service, an open source solution which was recently released into the APAC region
FREMONT, CA: Amazon Web Services (AWS) has made its managed Prometheus service generally available, allowing partners and clients in the Asia Pacific region to use it. Last December, the cloud giant released a preview of the open source solution for container environments.
AWS states that Prometheus delivers a "alarm on operational metrics at scale" by providing event monitoring and alerting solutions for containerized workloads. The solution is now available in AWS cloud regions in Sydney and Singapore, as well as other international locations. Prometheus includes recording and alerting rules, as well as an alert manager, and AWS Cloud Formation support for building Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus workspaces, rules settings, and alert manager configurations.
Cloud Trail logs allow partners and customers to keep track of their alerts, such as when recording rules are deleted, alert configurations are updated, and so on. AWS said in a blog post that customers can tag their Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus workspaces to help manage, identify, organise, filter, and regulate access to them.
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