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LogicMonitor currently has two DataSources for monitoring MQ:

  1. AWS_MQ_Broker
  2. AWS_MQ_StandbyBroker

AWS_MQ_Broker

Source: CloudWatch

Datapoints:

  • burstBalance
  • cpuUtilization
  • currentConnectionsCount
  • establishedConnectionsCount
  • heapUsage
  • inactiveDurableTopicSubscribersCount
  • journalFilesForFastRecovery
  • journalFilesForFullRecovery
  • networkInBytes
  • networkOutBytes
  • openTransactionCount
  • storePercentUsage
  • totalConsumerCount
  • totalMessageCount
  • totalProducerCount
  • volumeReadOps
  • volumeWriteOps

Default Polling Interval: 5 minutes.

Additional Configuration Necessary?: No. This DataSource will automatically apply to and start collecting data for any MQ Broker resources discovered for your AWS Account.

AWS_MQ_StandbyBroker

Source: CloudWatch

Datapoints:

  • burstBalance
  • cpuUtilization
  • currentConnectionsCount
  • establishedConnectionsCount
  • heapUsage
  • inactiveDurableTopicSubscribersCount
  • journalFilesForFastRecovery
  • journalFilesForFullRecovery
  • networkInBytes
  • networkOutBytes
  • openTransactionCount
  • storePercentUsage
  • totalConsumerCount
  • totalMessageCount
  • totalProducerCount
  • volumeReadOps
  • volumeWriteOps

Default Polling Interval: 5 minutes.

Additional Configuration Necessary?: No. This DataSource will automatically apply to and start collecting data for any MQ StandbyBroker resources discovered for your AWS Account.

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