Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.
ClickMeeting is a cloud-based, enterprise-class meeting software service that enables you to coordinate and monitor online meetings, collaborate, and track participationClickMeeting Integrations
Gmail + Amazon CloudWatchEnable Amazon CloudWatch alarm from new Gmail emails matching the specified search criteria [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
WA metrics repository, Amazon CloudWatch monitors service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to collect and track metrics, collect and monitor log files, set alarms, and automatically react to changes in your AWS resources. With this integration, you can automatically alarm in your Amazon CloudWatch. Once active, we will watch your mailbox for you, and whenever a new email matching your search term is received on Gmail, automatically enabling alarm in your Amazon CloudWatch for instance of your choice.
Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.
Gmail + Amazon CloudWatchEnable Amazon CloudWatch alarm from new Gmail emails matching specified search criteria [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
ClickMeeting + HubSpotAdd new registrants for ClickMeeting webinars to HubSpot contact lists Read More...
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Triggers when a new log is created.
Triggers when a new attendee registers to your event.
Triggers when you create a new event.
Triggers when you create a new event with registration.
A new attendee will be registered to your event.
A new event will be created.
The Amazon CloudWatch service provides monitoring and management of applications hosted on AWS. The CloudWatch console is used for this, and the data collected is presented in graph form. The Amazon CloudWatch service collects several metrics, such as disk read/write activity, network outbound bytes, EC2 instance CPU utilization, and requests per second. This allows you to monitor your application's behavior from a cloud perspective.
Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring solution for AWS. It allows for monitoring of different types of metrics about your AWS resources.CloudWatch is the name of the overall service that includes the following components:Alarms. Alarms are notifications about a metric threshold being crossed. They can be triggered by a number of different events such as an ElastiCache cache hit ratio dropping below a threshold or a DynamoDB table size growing beyond a threshold. You can set an alarm to send an email or SMS message, or generate an SNMP trap.CloudWatch Logs. Contains log files associated with different AWS services. You can download the logs or ship them to another service for analysis.Dashboard. Provides graphs and tables showing the resource usage and activity of your AWS resources.Events. Displays event data in real time.Inventory. Shows all of your AWS resource IDs, names, types, and other metadata.Metrics. Collects metrics using the AWS Agent and stores them in CloudWatch.Notifications. Allows you to send emails or SMS messages when an alarm is tripped.CloudWatch also offers something called dashboards which allow you to easily view the data that it collects from your AWS resources as well as some additional information like how much money you are spending in AWS or how much bandwidth you are using.
ClickMeeting is a web conferencing platform that allows you to hold web conferences through your website. It is designed with simplicity in mind and allows you to host meetings for free.
The integration consists of configuring the Clickmeeting Free plan so that it can integrate with Amazon Web Services (AWS. Amazon Web Services provides numerous cloud computing services which include computing power, database storage, content delivery, and many other features. One of these features is Amazon CloudWatch which provides monitoring and management of applications hosted on AWS. The CloudWatch console is used for this, and the data collected is presented in graph form. You can configure these graphs to display data related to your Clickmeeting account.To get started, we will need to create an account on the Clickmeeting website by clicking here . Then we will configure our account by clicking on the settings icon on the top menu bar in our menu bar. Here we will be able to configure our account settings, including changing our dashboard's appearance, as well as setting up integration with AWS.Once we have created an account we will need to configure our account settings. To do this we will click on the settings icon in the top menu bar and then click on "Account Settings". Here we will be able to update our contact information, change our password, select which users have administrative privileges, and enable two-factor authentication. We should also ensure that our billing information is up to date to prevent our account from being suspended due to nonpayment. After updating our settings we will click "Save Changes". Next we will click on the "Integrations" link on the left-hand side of our screen to see what integrations are available on the Clickmeeting platform. We can then click on the "Amazon Web Services" integration link which will open up a new page allowing us to configure integration with Amazon Web Services. We will need to provide our Amazon Web Services Credentials before we can connect our account with Amazon Web Services. On the next page we will select our "AWS Key ID" which will be found in the upper right hand corner of our screen when we are logged into our Amazon Web Services account. We will need to do this so that Clickmeeting knows which account we would like to integrate with. We will then need to enter in our "AWS Secret Access Key", this can be found under the "Security Credentials" section in the upper right hand corner of our Amazon Web Services Account Dashboard . Now that we have configured our credentials we can click on "Authorize" at the bottom of the window. This will take us back to the integration process where we can begin adding metrics from Amazon Web Services to our ClickMeeting account's dashboard. We can do this by clicking on "Add Metric". Once we click on "Add Metric" we can then choose which metric we would like to add. For this example we will choose "ElastiCache" since this is one of the metrics that Clickmeeting does not offer out of the box and I thought it would be fun to show how easy it can be to add metrics from various sources into your dashboard. When choosing a metric make sure you know which one you want since it may not be obvious which one you are selecting because they often use generic names like "Runtime" instead of specific names like "ElastiCache". Once you choose your metric you will need to choose which aggregation period you would like to view data for. You can choose between one minute , five minutes , 15 minutes , 30 minutes , one hour , three hours , six hours , 12 hours , 24 hours , or 48 hours . Our choice here largely depends on how frequently the metric needs to be refreshed since each aggregation period takes longer to refresh than the last one. If you select a longer aggregation period then it will take longer for your metric graph to update but it will also contain more data points so if you are trying to look at how traffic has been trending over time a longer aggregation period might work better for you than a shorter one would. In addition, if you select a shorter aggregation period it will take less time for your metric graph to update but it will also contain fewer data points so if you are trying to look at how traffic has been trending over time a shorter aggregation period might work better for you than a longer one would. After choosing your aggregation period you then choose which graph type you would like to display your metric in. The graph types available include area , line , pie , scatterplot , spline , stack , table , gauge , and histogram . Choosing the best graph type for your metric largely depends on what kind of data it contains and what you are trying to display it for but all graph types except histograms make sense for displaying some kind of metric even if that metric doesn't have a particularly good fit for one particular graph type versus another so feel free to experiment with whatever graph types you want until you find one that works well for your use case. After choosing your graph type you will need to give your metric a name which should generally just be descriptive enough that anyone looking at your dashboard knows what your graph represents without needing any additional context about what specific values lead to that shape or whether certain things were happening during that timeframe that could have affected those values or anything else like that but it should not be so overly specific that people think they understand what it represents better than they actually do or anything like that since some people get overly confident about their understanding of something when they hear enough about it regardless of whether or not they actually understand other aspects of it . Next you need to choose what time frame you would like to display data for by selecting which calendar day(s. should appear in your graph as well as whether you would like all future dates to appear in your graph as well as past dates or if only current and upcoming dates should appear in your graph along with past dates . If you want all future dates included in your graph then feel free to leave "Future Dates" blank since there's no reason why Clickmeeting wouldn't include future dates automatically since they know when those dates are already but if you don't want all future dates included in your graph then enter them here so that only current and upcoming dates appear in your graph along with past dates instead of all future dates appearing along with past dates . Now that we have configured everything we need for creating our metric we can click "Save Changes" at the bottom of the page and then return back to our analytics dashboard by clicking on the analytics dashboard tab at the top of our screen again . Now that we have created an ElastiCache metric using Amazon Web Services integration within Clickmeeting we can take a look at how it looks by selecting it from within our analytics dashboard by clicking on its name on the left hand side . As we can see here there isn't very much data here yet since it has only been integrated for a short while but now that we
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