KloudMate's AWS inventory is a dedicated dashboard where users can monitor 15+ widely used AWS services. It provides access to various AWS resources across several regions under a single dashboard. Following are some of the services that can be monitored using the AWS inventory:
- AWS Lambda Functions
- DynamoDB Tables
- API Gateway
- Step Functions
- SQS Queues
- EC2 Instances
- EBS Snapshots
- RDS Instances
- S3 Buckets
The users can start monitoring their AWS services as soon as they link their AWS account with KloudMate.
The left panel of the inventory dashboard provides a list of the AWS services organized by resource type. Users can get a detailed overview of any resource and its associated metrics by clicking on any of the services from the list.
Upon selecting a service, the right panel will display some basic details such as Name, Region, Size, State, and more.
To analyze a resource of the selected service more closely, users can click on the corresponding arrow under the Details column in the right panel as shown below:
Doing so will open a window that displays various additional details under the Details tab and various metric graphs of the selected resource under the Metrics tab.
Users can decide the time duration for which they want to view the given information using the time scale menu given on the top right corner of the Metrics tab window.
The metric graphs displayed on the Metrics tab may vary depending on the service selected on the left panel. For example, for Lambda Functions, the metric graphs include invocations, duration, and more.
Similarly, for DynamoDB Tables, the metric graphs include READ and WRITE Capacity Units (RCU and WCU), Throttled requests, and more.
The users can also use the search bar at the top of the right panel to quickly look up a specific resource(s) using its name or to list and view all the resources in a specific region using the desired region as a keyword in the search bar.
KloudMate's AWS inventory provides a unified observability experience for various AWS services, helping users go from observability to action in a few simple clicks.