Amazon Connect now supported with AWS Integration and more

Hello. Mackerel team CRE Miura (id:missasan) here with another update announcement.

Amazon Connect now supported with AWS Integration

Amazon Connect has been added to the list of components that can be monitored with AWS Integration. Amazon Connect is an AWS service complete with all the functions necessary to build your call center system in the cloud.

Check out the following help page for more details such as obtainable metrics and important points to note.

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Aurora’s VolumeBytesUsed added to the list of obtainable metrics with AWS Integration - RDS

The Amazon Aurora cluster-level metric VolumeBytesUsed has been added to the list of metrics available with AWS Integration - RDS. This metric relates to the storage capacity used by an Aurora DB instance. For a more detailed description, please refer to the AWS documentation (Aurora). This metric is generated for each cluster and instances of the same cluster display the same metric.

For more details, check out the help page linked below.

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Prefix now added to host names for AWS Integration - Batch

Changes have been made so that the prefix AWS-Batch is now added to the host name when registering AWS Batch with AWS Integration. Host names will be registered as AWS-Batch-"Region Name". In addition to this, existing host names will be overwritten with this update.

Check out the following help page for more details on AWS Batch for AWS Integration.

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Fixed: Some widgets not updating with mkr dashboards push

In mkr v0.44.2, the issue regarding alert status widgets and numeric widgets not updating with mkr dashboards push has been fixed.

Removed ‘type’ and added ‘size’ to the response of the API used to get host information

The response content of the API used to get host information has been modified. type has been removed and size has been added. These changes are supported for both mackerel-client-ruby v0.10.0 and mackerel-client-go v0.16.0.

Removed

  • type:classification of the host("agent", "container-agent", "cloud" etc.)

Added

  • size:host type("standard" or "micro")

size lets you retrieve whether the target host is a standard host or a micro host using the API.

See the link below for API specifications.

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You can also check out our help page for more about the differences between host types.