|AmazonCloudWatchClient||Implemenation for accessing AmazonCloudWatch. Amazon CloudWatch
Amazon CloudWatch is a web service that enables you to monitor and manage various metrics, as well as configure alarm actions based on data from metrics.
Amazon CloudWatch monitoring enables you to collect, analyze, and view system and application metrics so that you can make operational and business decisions more quickly and with greater confidence. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to collect metrics about your AWS resources, such as the performance of your Amazon EC2 instances. You can also publish your own metrics directly to Amazon CloudWatch.
Amazon CloudWatch allows you to manage the metrics in several ways. If you are publishing your own metrics, you can define custom metrics for your own use. If you are registered for an AWS product that supports Amazon CloudWatch, the service automatically pushes basic metrics to CloudWatch for you. Once Amazon CloudWatch contains metrics from either source, you can calculate statistics based on that data and graphically visualize those statistics in the Amazon CloudWatch Console.
Amazon CloudWatch alarms help you implement decisions more easily by enabling you to do things like send notifications or automatically make changes to the resources you are monitoring, based on rules that you define. For example, you can create alarms that initiate Auto Scaling and Simple Notification Service actions on your behalf.
|AmazonCloudWatchConfig||Configuration for accessing Amazon Cloud Watch service|
|HistoryItemType||History Item Type|