LM Cloud

ELB

LogicMonitor currently has two datasources for monitoring ELB performance metrics:

  1. AWS_ELB - collects performance data for Classic ELB instances
  2. AWS_ApplicationELB - collects performance data for Application ELB instances
  3. AWS_NetworkELB - collects performance data for Network ELB instances

 

AWS_ELB

Source: CloudWatch

Datapoints:

  • Backend 2XX, 3XX, 4XX and 5XX responses per second
  • HTTP 2XX, 3XX, 4XX and 5XX responses per second
  • ELB 4XX client errors
  • ELB 5XX server errors
  • Latency
  • Max Queue Length
  • Request Count (raw and per second)
  • Spillover Count & Rate
  • UnHealthy Host Count

Default Polling Interval: 2 minute.  Per Amazon, metrics are reported in 1 minute intervals.

Additional Configuration Necessary?: No. This datasource will automatically apply to the Classic ELBs discovered for your AWS account and start collecting data.

AWS_ELB

AWS_ApplicationELB

Source: CloudWatch

Datapoints:

  • HTTP 2XX, 3XX, 4XX and 5XX responses
  • ELB 4XX client errors
  • ELB 5XX server errors
  • ActiveConnectionCount
  • ClientTLSNegotiationErrorCount
  • HealthyHostCount
  • NewConnectionCount
  • ProcessedBytes
  • RejectedConnectionCount
  • RequestCount
  • TargetConnectionErrorCount
  • TargetResponseTime
  • TargetTLSNegotiationErrorCount
  • UnHealthy Host Count

Default Polling Interval: 1 minute

Additional Configuration Necessary?: No. This datasource will automatically apply to the Application ELBs discovered for your AWS account and start collecting data.

AWS_Network_ELB

Source: CloudWatch

Datapoints:

  • ActiveFlowCount
  • ConsumedLCUs
  • Healthy Host Count
  • NewFlowCount
  • ProcessedBytes
  • TCP Client, ELB and Target Reset Counts
  • UnHealthy Host Count

Default Polling Interval: 2 minute.  Per Amazon, metrics are reported in 1 minute intervals.

Additional Configuration Necessary?: No. This datasource will automatically apply to the Network ELBs discovered for your AWS account and start collecting data.