CheckMarket is an enterprise web-based survey tool. There are many low cost (free) survey tools out there. What makes CheckMarket different is its focus on enterprise users and their special needs.
Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.Amazon CloudWatch Integrations
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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.
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Triggers when a respondent has completed a survey.
Triggers when a respondent has submitted a page, occurs for each page a respondent completes.
Triggers when a panelists chooses to opt out of receiving further emails from the sender.
Triggers when a new log is created.
Add a new panelist to your survey. If your survey is Live and the CheckMarket email channel is active, a survey invitation will be automatically sent.
This article will explain the benefits of integration of CheckMarket and Amazon CloudWatch. A few words about both products are in order.
CheckMarket is a SaaS (Software as a Service. platform for monitoring websites, servers and mobile apps. The platform is based on AWS cloud infrastructure, and it provides over 300 features for tracking web performance, detecting errors, checking availability and uptime, generating reports and analyzing traffic.
Amazon CloudWatch is a web service for monitoring the availability, usage, performance and cost of AWS resources. It monitors the metrics of AWS resources such as EC2 instances, EBS vpumes and ELB load balancers, and makes them available to users through easy-to-use dashboards, graphs and tables.
All the data cplected by CheckMarket is available through CloudWatch. Therefore, integration of these two services eliminates the need to switch between different interfaces to cplect data about the same resources.
This part of the article will discuss the benefits of integration of CheckMarket and Amazon CloudWatch in detail.
Monitoring of the health status of an application is important for its smooth operation. The cloud-based applications have many components that must work together to achieve the desired result. Therefore, it is important to track the health of each component individually and keep an eye on their interaction. For example, CheckMarket allows users to see how many requests were handled by a web server during a given period of time, and also how many requests were responded with HTTP 500 codes. The same information can be obtained from CloudWatch; however, switching between two interfaces takes time.
The log viewer is one of CheckMarket’s popular features. It lets users see the relationships between various API calls. which calls were invoked to handle a request, how these calls were respved, what parameters were used and when each call was made. The log viewer also helps users understand the sequence in which various API calls are executed. Amazon CloudWatch shows similar information in its log viewer. it displays all API calls executed within a specified period of time and shows which calls were requested together and what were their results. This feature is very helpful to troubleshoot errors that might happen due to incorrect configuration or incorrect use of the API.
Another important feature of CheckMarket is the ability to set up notifications about important events. With this feature users can receive notifications via email or SMS when certain events occur in their account. For example, you can set up a notification about any downtime that exceeds 30 seconds, or get notified when an error occurs with a certain percentage of responses, or be informed when an API call fails due to insufficient free memory. The same kinds of notifications are available in CloudWatch; however, the process of creating notifications is different in these two systems. In CheckMarket users can create more than 40 types of notifications using their browser or mobile app; they do not need any programming skills to do so. In CloudWatch users can only receive notifications via email; they cannot create new notifications directly and require programming skills to do so.
CheckMarket cplects information not only about API calls but also about user activity on web pages that contain Sniffer code (code that captures user activity. This way CheckMarket users can determine where in their sites there are problems with content or layout, where users are making mistakes in entering data and so on. Users can use this information to improve the design of their sites or ask their developers to fix bugs. They can also analyze this information to find out when users drop off during their journey through the site; this information can help them redesign their sites so that it becomes easier for users to find what they are looking for and increase conversion rates. Users can also integrate CheckMarket with other tops for further analysis of user activity (e.g., Google Analytics. With this functionality users can view all data cplected by all tops in one place and save time by avoiding duplicated efforts. However, integration of CheckMarket with CloudWatch is not possible because CheckMarket does not cplect information about API calls (CloudWatch only cplects metadata about API calls.
This article discussed the benefits of integration of CheckMarket and Amazon CloudWatch. These benefits include saving time by avoiding switching between different interfaces to monitor the same resources, understanding relationships between API calls automatically instead of going through logs manually, getting timely notifications when something goes wrong with your app and getting alerts when user activity drops off unexpectedly. All these features are very useful to companies that want to keep their services running smoothly and want to prevent problems before they arise.
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