AWS Transit Gateway metrics

Once you’ve integrated with AWS CloudWatch, you have access to metrics from AWS Transit Gateway, which is a network transit hub that you can use to interconnect your virtual private clouds (VPCs) and on-premises networks.

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You can validate that metrics are reporting to Cloud Observability on the Metrics details page in Organization settings.

The following table shows the Transit Gateway metrics ingested by Cloud Observability.

Metric Name Unit Description
aws.transitgateway.bytes_drop_count_black_hole bytes The number of bytes dropped because they matched a blackhole route.
aws.transitgateway.bytes_drop_count_no_route bytes The number of bytes dropped because they did not match a route.
aws.transitgateway.bytes_in bytes The number of bytes received by the transit gateway.
aws.transitgateway.bytes_out bytes The number of bytes sent from the transit gateway.
aws.transitgateway.packets_in packets The number of packets received by the transit gateway.
aws.transitgateway.packets_out packets The number of packets sent by the transit gateway.
aws.transitgateway.packet_drop_count_black_hole packets The number of packets dropped because they matched a blackhole route.
aws.transitgateway.packet_drop_count_no_route packets The number of packets dropped because they did not match a route.

See also

Ingest metrics from Amazon

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Updated Feb 10, 2023