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Monitoring: Amazon Athena

Amazon Athena is an interactive query service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that enables users to analyze data stored in Amazon S3 using standard SQL queries. With Athena, users can easily query and analyze data without the need to set up and manage complex ETL processes, data warehouses, or other data processing infrastructure. Athena is serverless, meaning that AWS takes care of the underlying infrastructure, and users only pay for the queries they run.

Why should you monitor Amazon Athena?

Monitoring Amazon Athena is crucial in order to receive timely notifications about failed queries. This helps prevent issues with data integration, visualization dashboards, and reports. When a query fails, it can potentially cause problems downstream, resulting in inaccurate or incomplete data being fed into other systems. By monitoring Athena and getting notified about failed queries immediately, teams can quickly identify and resolve issues, preventing problems from cascading further downstream.

Monitoring: Amazon Athena

How does monitoring Amazon Athena work?

Without further ado, marbot monitors Amazon Athena. Here is how an notification delivered to a Microsoft Teams channel looks like.

Amazon Athena alert in Micoft Teams

And here is the same alert in Slack.

Amazon Athena alert in Slack

How to setup monitoring of Amazon Athena?

marbot works with Slack and Microsoft Teams. Please select your platform and follow the Getting started guide.

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