AWS Managed Prometheus and Grafana
In the past few weeks, AWS has released into preview two exciting new services. At our disposal, we now have Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP), a Prometheus compatible managed monitoring solution for storing and querying metrics at scale. Additionally, we now also have Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG), which as you would expect, is a fully managed data visualisation service with logically isolated servers. AWS handles all the provisioning, scaling and security automatically.
AMG (Grafana) is currently in limited preview, so I got myself access to it and have had a play to see how both of these new managed services work together for some of the standard ways I see customers using AWS.
It’s worth considering that both of these products are in preview and therefore have limited availability to certain regions. For AMG (Grafana) this is only
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