Enable the AWS CloudWatch Metric Streams integration to monitor all CloudWatch metrics from your AWS services, including custom namespaces. Individual integrations are no longer our recommended option.
New Relic infrastructure integrations include an Amazon EBS integration for reporting your EBS data to New Relic. Here we explain how to activate our integration and what data can be reported.
Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) provides block level storage volumes for your Amazon EC2 instances. With New Relic's EBS integration, you'll be able to monitor writes per volume, volume counts, configuration options, and more. You'll be able to create custom charts of your data and create alert conditions based on changes in EBS data or configuration.
To enable this integration follow standard procedures to Connect AWS services to New Relic.
You can change the polling frequency and filter data using configuration options.
Default polling information for the Amazon EBS integration:
- New Relic polling interval: 15 minutes
- Amazon CloudWatch data interval: 1 minute or 5 minutes, depending on volume type
To find this integration's data, go to one.newrelic.com > Infrastructure > AWS and select one of the Amazon EBS integration links.
For more on how to find and use integration data, see Understand integration data.
This New Relic infrastructure integration collects the following Amazon EBS data:
For full descriptions of each metric, see Amazon's EBS Dimensions and Metrics.
After March 2022, we're discontinuing support for several capabilities, including inventory data for cloud integrations. For more details, including how you can easily prepare for this transition, see our Explorers Hub post.
The Amazon EBS integration can report these EBS configuration options as inventory data:
Data indicated with an asterisk
* is only fetched if extended inventory collection is on.
The attachment state, which can be shown as attaching, attached, detaching, or detached.
I/O operations were automatically enabled on this volume after an event occurred.
The Availability Zone in which the volume lives.
For more information, see Resource Locations.
For more information, see Preserving Amazon EBS Volumes on Instance Termination.
For more information see Device Naming on Linux Instances.
For more information, see Amazon EBS Encryption.
The ID of the instance.
I/O operations were explicitly enabled for this volume.
Constraint: Range is 100 to 20000 IOPS for io1 volumes and 100 to 10000 IOPS for gp2 volumes.
Condition: This parameter is required for requests to create io1 volumes; it is not used in requests to create gp2, st1, sc1, or standard volumes.
Volume status checks help you understand your impaired Amazon EBS volumes, and how inconsistent volume is handled.
Valid values are:
For additional information, see Amazon EBS volume types.