Collect Cloudwatch data into your data warehouse or ours. The Matatika pipelines will take care of the data collection and preparation for your analytics and BI tools.
Cloudwatch is a monitoring and observability service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Cloudwatch allows users to monitor and collect data on various AWS resources and applications, including EC2 instances, RDS databases, Lambda functions, and more. It provides real-time metrics, logs, and alarms to help users troubleshoot issues, optimize performance, and ensure the overall health of their AWS environment. Cloudwatch also offers features such as dashboards, automated actions, and integrations with other AWS services to help users streamline their monitoring and management workflows.
The unique identifier for an AWS account that is used to access the Cloudwatch API.
The URL of the Cloudwatch API endpoint to connect to.
The name of the AWS profile to use for authentication.
The name of the AWS region where the Cloudwatch logs are stored.
The secret key associated with the AWS Access Key ID.
An optional token that can be used to authenticate the session.
The number of seconds to wait between each batch of log events.
The end date and time for the log data to retrieve.
A boolean value indicating whether or not to flatten the JSON data in the log events.
The maximum depth to which the JSON data in the log events should be flattened.
The name of the log group to retrieve data from.
A query to filter the log data.
The start date and time for the log data to retrieve.
Configuration settings for the stream maps.
A list of stream maps to use for retrieving log data.
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