Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to all metrics for AWS CloudWatch Logs, which monitors, stores, and access your log files from Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, AWS CloudTrail, Route 53, and other sources.
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To verify metrics are reporting, search for the metrics on the Metric details page in Organization settings.
The following table shows the CloudWatch Logs metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|The number of specified API operations performed in your account.
|The number of log events for which CloudWatch Logs encountered a problem while sending information to the subscription location.
|The number of log events for which CloudWatch Logs throttled data transmission to the subscription location.
|The number of metrics that failed to be published to CloudWatch metrics despite being found in EMF logs.
|The number of parsing error made while analyzing EMF logs.
|The quantity of internal errors that were made when analyzing EMF logs
|The number of validation errors that were made while analyzing EMF logs.
|The number of API operations carried out in your account that had problems.
|The amount of compressed bytes delivered to the subscription destination as log event volume.
|The number of log events delivered to the location of the subscription.
|The amount of log events that were transferred to CloudWatch Logs in uncompressed bytes.
|The number of log events uploaded to CloudWatch Logs.
|The number of API operations that were restricted in your account due to use quotas.
Updated Dec 14, 2022