View AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard
Dashboards are a collection of charts and data tables with filters that you can use to get at the data you're interested in. Dashboards serve as a platform for data modeling and analytics using a combination of available business metrics and operational data. You can use this data to make data-driven informed business decisions.
Harness provides pre-loaded By Harness (pre-defined) and Custom (user-defined) Dashboards to visualize cloud cost data across clusters and cloud accounts. Using the AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard you can:
- Discover new analytical insights into your AWS EC2 instances metrics
- Track various cloud cost indicators across different zones and time range
- Explore the cloud cost data in a logical and structured manner
- View your cloud costs at a glance, understand what is costing the most, and analyze cost trends
This topic describes how to view the AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard and get more information about that data.
In this topic:
- Before You Begin
- Data Ingestion for Dashboard
- Step: View AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard
- See Also
- Next Steps
Before You Begin
- Review Set Up Cloud Cost Management for AWS
- Ensure that you have Dashboard-All View permissions assigned. See Manage Access Control for CCM Dashboards.
- Ensure that you have set up Cloud Cost Management (CCM) for the AWS cloud provider.
- Ensure that you have selected AWS ECS and Resource Inventory Management feature when creating the AWS connector. See Select Features.
Data Ingestion for Dashboard
Once you have set up cost visibility for the AWS cloud provider and the data is available in the Perspective, you can view the dashboard. The data in the Dashboard is updated dynamically.
Step: View AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard
Perform the following steps to view AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard:
- In Harness, click Dashboards.
- In All Dashboards, click AWS EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard.
- Select EC2 Instance Id from the drop-down list for which you want to view the details. You can select multiple IDs.
- In Metrics start time date, select the time duration. You can select the preset value or use custom.
By default, the Last 30 Days is selected.
- Presets: Select a Preset filter. For example, Today, Yesterday, etc.
- Custom: Custom allows you to select the date range.
- Select the Public IP Address.
- Once you have selected all the filters, click Update.
The EC2 Instance Metrics Dashboard is displayed.
Once you have set up cost visibility for your Kubernetes clusters, AWS, GCP, and Azure cloud providers, you can create your own Dashboards. Refer to the following topics to create your own Dashboard and chart data.