Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to all metrics for the AWS Glue,which is a service that helps users integrate data from multiple sources, making it easier for them to analyze, prepare, and move that data. It can be used for analytics, machine learning, and app development. It also comes with tools for managing data operations and creating and running jobs, as well as for implementing business processes.
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To verify metrics are reporting, search for the metrics in the Metric details section of the Organization settings page.
The following table shows the Glue metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|The total number of bytes read from all data sources by completed Spark tasks on all executors.
|The total time in milliseconds for ETL processing (does not include job bootstrap time).
|The number of completed stages in the job.
|The number of completed tasks in the job.
|The number of failed tasks.
|The number of terminated tasks.
|The total number of records read from all data sources by completed Spark tasks on all executors.
|The total number of bytes written by all executors for shuffling data between them in the past minute.
|The total number of bytes read by all executors for shuffling data between them in the past minute.
|The total number of megabytes of disk space used by all executors.
Updated Dec 20, 2022