Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to all metrics for App Runner, which is a managed container application service that makes it easier to build and run web services without experience in containerized infrastructure.
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You can validate that metrics are reporting to Cloud Observability on the Metrics details page in Project settings.
The following table shows the App Runner metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|aws.apprunner.cpu_utilization||percentage||The average CPU usage during one-minute periods.|
|aws.apprunner.memory_utilization||percentage||The average memory usage during one-minute periods.|
|aws.apprunner.requests||count||The count of HTTP requests.|
|aws.apprunner.2xx_status_responses||count||The of HTTP requests that returned a 2XX status.|
|aws.apprunner.4xx_status_responses||count||The count of HTTP requests that returned a 4XX status.|
|aws.apprunner.5xx_status_responses||count||The count of HTTP requests that returned a 5XX status.|
|aws.apprunner.request_latency||milliseconds||The time, in milliseconds it took your web service to process HTTP requests.|
|aws.apprunner.active_instances||count||The count of instances processing HTTP requests for your service.|
Updated Dec 2, 2022