This topic contains information about enhancements made in PATROL for Amazon EC2 3.0.00.
Monitor multiple AWS accounts by using trusted account
Monitor multiple AWS accounts by using a single account as main account or trusted account. The trusted account is responsible for retrieving data from other or trusting accounts. For more information, see Prerequisites for configuring Amazon EC2 instance.
Ability to monitor Redis Engine in the ElastiCache service
Monitor Redis Engine in the ElastiCache service. The following classes are added:
- AWS Redis Cache (AWS_REDIS_CACHE)
- AWS Redis Memory (AWS_REDIS_MEMORY)
- AWS Redis Network (AWS_REDIS_NETWORK)
Option to configure device mapping
Enable or disable device mapping for a monitoring configuration. You can create the device name based on any of the following options:
- Private DNS (Private IPv4 address)
- Public DNS (Public IPv4 address)
- Instance ID
- Name Tag
For more information, see Configuring the Amazon EC2 monitor type.
Filter service instances by tags
Use tags to filter service instances that you want to monitor. For more information, see Configuring the Amazon EC2 monitor type.
Optional to provide proxy server credentials
If you do not want to authenticate proxy server configuration, you can choose to skip entering the username and password in the Proxy Server Configuration section. For more information, see Configuring the Amazon EC2 monitor type.