Monitoring server usage in the console - Amazon Transfer Family
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Monitoring server usage in the console

You can get information about your server's metrics on its Server details page. This provides you with a single place to monitor your file-transfers workloads. You can track how many files you have exchanged with your partners and closely track their usage using a centralized dashboard. For details, see View server details. The following table describes the metrics available for Transfer Family.

Namespace Metric Description

AWS/Transfer

BytesIn

The total number of bytes transferred into the server.

Units: Count

Period: 5 minutes

BytesOut

The total number of bytes transferred out of the server.

Unit: Count

Period: 5 minutes

FilesIn

The total number of files transferred into the server.

Units: Count

Period: 5 minutes

FilesOut

The total number of files transferred out of the server.

Units: Count

Period: 5 minutes

OnUploadExecutionsStarted

The total number of workflow executions started on the server.

Units: Count

Period: 1 minute

OnUploadExecutionsSuccess

The total number of successful workflow executions on the server.

Units: Count

Period: 1 minute

OnUploadExecutionsFailed

The total number of unsuccessful workflow executions on the server.

Units: Count

Period: 1 minute

The Monitoring section contains four, individual graphs. These graphs show the bytes in, bytes out, files in, and files out.


                The Monitoring console section showing the
                        BytesIn, BytesOut,
                        FilesIn, and FilesOut
                    graphs.

To open the selected graph in its own window, choose the expand icon ( ). You can also click a graph's vertical ellipsis icon ( ) to open a dropdown menu with the following items:

  • Enlarge – Opens the selected graph in its own window.

  • Refresh – Reloads the graph with the most recent data.

  • View in metrics – Opens the corresponding metrics details in Amazon CloudWatch.

  • View logs – Opens the corresponding log group in CloudWatch.