Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS Gateway Load Balancer, which distributes your incoming traffic between a number of targets in one or more availability zones.
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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 Gateway Load Balancer metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|aws.gatewayelb.active_flow_count||count||The total number of connections or flows between clients and targets.|
|aws.gatewayelb.consumed_lcus||gauge||The number of LCUs (load balancer capacity units) that your load balancer uses.|
|aws.gatewayelb.healthy_host_count||count||The number of targets that are deemed healthy.|
|aws.gatewayelb.new_flow_count||count||The total number of new connections or flows made in that time from clients to targets.|
|aws.gatewayelb.processed_bytes||bytes||The total amount of bytes that the load balancer has processed.|
|aws.gatewayelb.un_healthy_host_count||count||The number of targets that are deemed unhealthy.|
Updated Dec 6, 2022