Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS EC2 Fleet, which is a collection of Spot Instances and, at your discretion, On-Demand Instances that are launched in accordance with your specified parameters.
You can validate that metrics are reporting to Lightstep on the Metrics details page in Project settings.
The following table shows the EC2 Fleet metrics ingested by Lightstep.
|aws.ec2spot.available_instance_pools_count||count||The Spot Fleet request-specified Spot capacity pools.|
|aws.ec2spot.bids_submitted_for_capacity||count||The amount of space that Amazon EC2 has asked Spot Fleet for.|
|aws.ec2spot.eligible_instance_pool_count||count||The Spot Fleet request-specified Spot capacity pools where Amazon EC2 can process requests.|
|aws.ec2spot.fulfilled_capacity||count||The amount of capacity that Amazon EC2 has met.|
|aws.ec2spot.max_percent_capacity_allocation||percent||The highest PercentCapacityAllocation percentage that can be set for all Spot Fleet pools in the Spot Fleet request.|
|aws.ec2spot.pending_capacity||count||The distinction between
|aws.ec2spot.percent_capacity_allocation||percent||The amount of space allotted to the Spot capacity pool for the given dimensions.|
|aws.ec2spot.target_capacity||count||The Spot Fleet request's intended capacity.|
|aws.ec2spot.terminating_capacity||count||The capacity that is being terminated because the goal capacity is exceeded by the provisioned capacity.|