Amazon CloudWatch Alarm to Microsoft Teams
Configure monitoring, receive alerts, solve incidents.
AWS ChatOps for Amazon CloudWatch Alarm
Fleets of EC2 web servers
Running EC2 instances inside an Auto Scaling Group fronted by a Load Balancer is a popular pattern on AWS. CloudWatch alarms can keep an eye on network usage, load balancer latency, HTTP 5XX errors, and much more.
RDS provides fully managed, relational databases engines on AWS. Define CloudWatch alarms to observe free storage space, available memory, and CPU usage to keep your database up and running.
Modern HTTP APIs are built with Lambda and API Gateway. Both send metrics to CloudWatch. Define alarms to watch failed or throttled Lambda invocations, HTTP 5XX errors, or API Gateway latency.
or discover more alarm sources.
How marbot works
1. CloudWatch alarm
You create a CloudWatch alarm to monitor a metric. If the metric crosses a configured threshold, an alert is sent to marbot via SNS.
Once marbot receives the alarm, the severity is analyzed and duplicates are aggregated to reduce noise. marbot also enriches the alarm with Quick Links for quick access to the AWS Management Console. Finally, marbot sends a Microsoft Teams message with the parsed alarm to a single engineer of your team.
3. Your team
A member of your team now has to acknowledge the alert. marbot escalates unnoticed alerts to another team member or the whole crew if necessary. Once acknowledged, marbot waits until you have fixed the issue.
Strong integrations with AWS and 3rd party services.
Supported AWS resources:
- Auto Scaling
- CloudWatch Alarms
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Trusted Advisor
Supported 3rd party services:
- New Relic
- RSS Feed
- Sumo Logic
Keep your system running!
More than 1,000 teams close 7,500+ alerts every week.
Thousands of AWS accounts are monitored by marbot.
Add marbot to Microsoft Teams and start your 14-day free trial. No credit card required.