Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS Cognito, which provides a scalable identity store supporting social and enterprise identity federation. Amazon Cognito is built on open identity standards and supports various compliance regulations while integrating conveniently with frontend and backend resources.
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To verify metrics are reporting, search for the metrics on the Metric details page in Project settings.
The following table shows the Cognito metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|aws.cognito.sign_up_successes||count||The number of successful sign-ups.|
|aws.cognito.sign_up_throttles||count||The number of times sign-ups were throttled.|
|aws.cognito.sign_in_successes||count||The number of successful sign-ins.|
|aws.cognito.token_refresh_successes||count||The number of successful token refreshes.|
|aws.cognito.token_refresh_throttles||count||The number of times token refreshes were throttled.|
|aws.cognito.federation_successes||count||The number of successful federations.|
|aws.cognito.federation_throttles||count||The number of throttles which occured during federation.|
|aws.cognito.call_count||count||The total number of calls to Cognito for all tasks.|
|aws.cognito.throttle_count||count||The total number throttles have occcured.|
Updated Dec 1, 2022