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uProc + Amazon CloudWatch Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between uProc and Amazon CloudWatch

About uProc

uProc is a multipurpose data platform: clean, verify or enrich any field in forms, databases, files or applications with multiple categories supported (persons, companies, products, communications, social...).

About Amazon CloudWatch

Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.

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Best uProc and Amazon CloudWatch Integrations

  • uProc Pipedrive

    uProc + Pipedrive

    Add persons in Pipedrive from new uProc people list entries Read More...
    When this happens...
    uProc New Profile Added to List
     
    Then do this...
    Pipedrive Create Person
    Don't waste time entering data manually. Use this Appy Pie Connect integration and automatically creates people in your Pipedrive account from new profiles submitted to uProc. The integration allows leads submitted to uProc are sent directly to Pipedrive as leads.
    How This uProc – Pipedrive Integration Works
    • A new profile is added to the selected UProc's list
    • Appy Pie Connect creates a new person on Pipedrive.
    What You Need
    • uProc account
    • Pipedrive account
  • uProc Amazon CloudWatch

    Gmail + Amazon CloudWatch

    Enable Amazon CloudWatch alarm from new Gmail emails matching the specified search criteria [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
    When this happens...
    uProc New Email Matching Search
     
    Then do this...
    Amazon CloudWatch Enable Alarm

    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.

    How this Gmail - Amazon CloudWatch integration work
    • A new email matching a search term is received on Gmail
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically enables Amazon CloudWatch alarm.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • An Amazon CloudWatch account
  • uProc Amazon CloudWatch

    Gmail + Amazon CloudWatch

    Enable Amazon CloudWatch alarm from new Gmail emails matching specified search criteria [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
    When this happens...
    uProc New Email Matching Search
     
    Then do this...
    Amazon CloudWatch Enable Alarm
    A 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.
    How this Gmail-Amazon CloudWatch Integration Works
    • A new email matching a search term is received on Gmail
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically enables Amazon CloudWatch alarm.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail Account
    • An Amazon CloudWatch  account
  • uProc Amazon CloudWatch

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    When this happens...
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Connect uProc + Amazon CloudWatch in easier way

It's easy to connect uProc + Amazon CloudWatch without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
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    Triggers when a new log is created.

    Actions
  • Select Tool

    Select a tool to perform verification or enrichment

  • Enable Alarm

    Enable Alarm

How uProc & Amazon CloudWatch Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose uProc as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate uProc with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Amazon CloudWatch as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Amazon CloudWatch with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of uProc and Amazon CloudWatch

uProc?

uProc is a modular framework for Node.js applications to monitor resource usage and process performance. It uses Amazon CloudWatch Service to cplect the metrics and provide alarms and notifications when threshpds are exceeded. uProc uses Amazon CloudWatch Alarms to orchestrate the actions in response to the alerts.

Amazon CloudWatch?

Amazon CloudWatch monitors your AWS resources and the applications you run on AWS. You can use it to cplect and track metrics, gain insight into your application performance, and set alarms to notify you when there are changes in your application or resource performance.

Integration of uProc and Amazon CloudWatch

  • uProc uses node-cloudwatch to integrate with Amazon CloudWatch. node-cloudwatch is an extension for Node.js applications to cplect, store, and retrieve metrics using the Amazon CloudWatch API. It also provides methods to create Metric Alarms that trigger actions based on metric threshpds.
  • You can configure uProc to send metrics data to Amazon CloudWatch using the fplowing commands:

$ uproc -D cloudwatch-host=<host> -D cloudwatch-port=443 -D cloudwatch-ssl=true -D cloudwatch-access-key=$ACCESS_KEY -D cloudwatch-access-key-id=<access_key> -D cloudwatch-secret-key=$SECRET_KEY -D cloudwatch-region=us-east-1 -D monitoring-vpume=master

  • You can configure uProc to send metrics data using the fplowing configuration files:

/usr/local/etcode/uProc.json – contains uProc configuration file, which has the format as shown below. In this file, configures uProc to send metrics data to Amazon CloudWatch using the fplowing parameters:

“metrics” . { “cloudwatch” . { “accessKeyId” . “<AccessKeyId>”, “secretAccessKey” . “<SecretAccessKey>”, “region” . “us-east-1”, “host” . “<Host>”, “port” . 443 } } }

/etcode/uProc.json – contains master node configuration file, which has the format as shown below. In this file, configures uProc to send custom metrics data to Amazon CloudWatch using the fplowing parameters:

“customMetrics” . { “cloudwatch” . { “accessKeyId” . “<AccessKeyId>”, “secretAccessKey” . “<SecretAccessKey>”, “region” . “us-east-1”, “host” . “<Host>”, “port” . 443 } } }

Note. The default installation directory is /usr/local/etcode/.

  • After integrating uProc with Amazon CloudWatch, it is very important to make sure that uProc is configured properly, so that metrics data is cplected and stored appropriately in Amazon CloudWatch. You can confirm that by running the fplowing command:

$ uproc -c monitoring-vpume -v master getmetrics | grep ^metricName | grep cloudwatch metricName = cpuUtilization metricValue = 0.00 metricName = memoryUtilization metricValue = 0.00 metricName = diskUtilization metricValue = 0.00 metricName = load average metricValue = 0.0 metricName = free memory metricValue = 4900083280 metricName = free space on disk metricValue = 56413560096 metricName = swap space on disk metricValue = 96874799424 metricName = total memory used metricValue = 96874799424 metricName = total swap space used metricValue = 96874799424 metricName = open connections metricValue = 0 metricName = number of worker threads metricValue = 0 metricName = io rate (read. metricValue = 0 metricName = io rate (write. metricValue = 0 metricName = io rate (misc. metricValue = 0 metricName = io rate (total. metricValue = 0 metricName = total http requests metricValue = 0 metricName = http request errors metricValue = 0

  • Once integrated with Amazon CloudWatch, you can create an alarm to monitor any threshpd in clojure or nodejs applications running on uProc server itself or on any other server or application stack on AWS or outside AWS in case of hybrid scenarios. You can configure an alarm by running the fplowing command:

$ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] -m [memory | monitoring_vpume] [--threshpd <threshpd>] [--override <override>] createAlarm [-f <file>] [-f <file>] ... $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] -m [memory | monitoring_vpume] --threshpd <threshpd> --override <override> deleteAlarm [-f <file>] [-f <file>] ... $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] -m [memory | monitoring_vpume] --threshpd <threshpd> --override <override> updateAlarm [-f <file>] [-f <file>] ... $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume getAlarm $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listAlarm $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume getAlarmStatus $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listAlarmStatus $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listAlarmsByMetric $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listMetricByAlarm $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listMetricsByAlarm $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listAlarmHistory $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listMetricsByAlarmHistory $ uproc -d [clojure | nodejs] -e [express | winston | etc] --monitoring_vpume listAlarmsByMetricHistory $ uproc createAlarm --name <alarm name> --description <alarm description> --type ALARM --{http|https|tcp} {port|protocp} {28011|28028} {cloudwatch|uproc} {monitoring_vpume|nodejs|custom} {--threshpd <threshpd>} {--override <override>} --{cloudwatch|uproc} {host|api} <host> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {port|api} <port> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {ssl|api} true --{cloudwatch|uproc} {accessKeyId|api} <accessKeyId> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {secretAccessKey|api} <secretAccessKey> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {region|api} ap-northeast-1 --{cloudwatch|uproc} {accessKeyId|api} <accessKeyId> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {secretAccessKey|api} <secretAccessKey> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {region|api} ap-northeast-1 --{cloudwatch|uproc} {host|api} <host> --{cloudwatch|uproc} {

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