Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to all metrics for AWS RUM, which engages in real user monitoring to gather and view client-side information regarding the functionality of your web application from actual user sessions in close to real time.
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To verify metrics are reporting, search for the metrics in the Metric details section of the Project Settings page.
The following table shows the CloudWatch RUM metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.
|aws.rum.http_status_code_count||count||The count of HTTP responses in the application by their response status code.|
|aws.rum.navigation_frustrated_count||count||The count of navigation occurrences that last longer than the 8000-millisecond threshold that causes frustration.|
|aws.rum.navigation_satisfied_count||count||The count of navigational events whose length is shorter than the 2000 ms Apdex aim.|
|aws.rum.navigation_tolerated_count||count||The count of navigational occurrences that last between 2000 and 8000 milliseconds.|
|aws.rum.performance_resource_duration||milliseconds||The amount of duration of a resource event.|
|aws.rum.performance_navigation_duration||milliseconds||The amount of duration of a navigation event.|
|aws.rum.rum_event_payload_size||bytes||The size of every event ingested by CloudWatch RUM.|
|aws.rum.session_count||count||The count of session start events ingested by the app monitor.|
|aws.rum.web_vitals_cumulative_layout_shift||none||Tracks the value of the cumulative layout shift events.|
|aws.rum.web_vitals_first_input_delay||milliseconds||The value of the first input delay events.|
|aws.rum.web_vitals_largest_contentful_paint||milliseconds||The value of the largest contentful paint events.|
Updated Dec 7, 2022