AWS OpsWorks Stacks helps manage applications and servers on AWS and on-premises.
With OpsWorks Stacks, you can:
- Model your application as a stack with different layers, such as load balancing, database, and application server.
- Deploy and configure Amazon EC2 instances in each layer or connect other resources such as Amazon RDS databases.
- Set automatic scaling for your servers based on preset schedules or in response to changing traffic levels. It uses lifecycle hooks to orchestrate changes as your environment scales.
- Run Chef recipes using Chef Solo to automate tasks such as installing packages and programming languages or frameworks, configuring software, and more.
To set up the AWS integration and discover the AWS service, go to AWS Integration Discovery Profile and select
CloudTrail event support
- Not Supported
CloudWatch alarm support
- Configurable in OpsRamp AWS Integration Discovery Profile.
|OpsRamp Metric||Metric Display Name||Unit||Aggregation Type|
Percentage of time that the CPU is idle.
Percentage of time that the CPU is handling processes with a positive nice value, which have a lower scheduling priority.
As AWS allocates hypervisor CPU resources among increasing numbers of instances, virtualization load rises which can affect how often the hypervisor does the requested work on an instance. cpu_steal measures percentage of time that an instance is waiting for the hypervisor to allocate physical CPU resources.
Percentage of time that the CPU is handling system operations.
Percentage of time that the CPU is handling user operations.
Percentage of time that the CPU is waiting for input/output operations.
|CPU Wait IO||None||Average|
Amount of buffered memory.
Amount of cached memory.
Amount of free memory.
Amount of swap space.
Total amount of memory.
Amount of memory in use.
Load averaged over a one-minute window.
|Load Over 1min||None||Average|
Load averaged over a five-minute window.
|Load Over 5min||None||Average|
Load averaged over a 15-minute window.
|Load Over 15min||None||Average|
Number of active processes.
|Number Of Active Processes||None||Average|