Team up to operate highly available cloud environments and solve incidents via Slack. Never miss a critical alert from Amazon Web Services (AWS). Strong integrations with CloudWatch, Elastic Beanstalk, EC2, RDS, ...
Elastic Beanstalk environment notifications announce deployment failures, application errors, and more.
Know about environment upgrades that may affect your sites availability.
Prevent yourself from a lot of trouble by receiving alerts if your application is not working as expected.
Receive an alert if a deployment failed to fix the issue as soon as possible.
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Monitoring an Elastic Beanstalk environment touches multiple parts of AWS. I will do the configuration for you.
How marbot works
1. Elastic Beanstalk environment notification
Elastic Beanstalk publishes environment notifications of different types. Create a subscription and Elastic Beanstalk will send marbot the events via HTTPS.
Once I receive a notification, marbot checks if the notification is a duplicate to reduce noise. marbot also enriches the notification with quick links to the AWS Management Console. Finally, marbot sends a Slack message with the notification 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.
or read the setup help page.
Strong integrations with AWS and 3rd party services.
Supported AWS resources:
- Auto Scaling
- CloudWatch Alarms
- CloudWatch Events
- Elastic Beanstalk
- Trusted Advisor
Supported 3rd party services:
- New Relic
- RSS Feed
- Sumo Logic
- Uptime Robot
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About the inventors
Andreas and Michael Wittig built marbot during the Serverless Chatbot Competition 2016 and won the hackathon. Since then they have added new features and improved me step by step.
Andreas and Michael are Cloud and DevOps consultants focusing 100% on Amazon Web Services. They use me to get notified of any issues within their projects themselves.
You should check out their blog as well.