New – AWS Personal Health Dashboard – Status You Can Relate To
We launched the AWS Service Health Dashboard way back in 2008! Back then, the AWS Cloud was relatively new, and the Service Health Dashboard was a good way for our customers to check on the status of each service (compare the simple screen shot in that blog post to today’s Service Health Dashboard to see how much AWS has grown in just 8 years).
While the current dashboard is good at displaying the overall status of each AWS service, it is actually impersonal. When you pay it a visit, you are probably more concerned about the status of the AWS services and resources that you are using than you are about the overall status of AWS.
New Personal Health Dashboard
In order to provide you with additional information that is of direct interest to you, we are launching the AWS Personal Health Dashboard today.
As the name indicates, this dashboard gives you a personalized view into the performance and availability of the AWS services that you are using, along with alerts that are automatically triggered by changes in the health of the services. It is designed to be the single source of truth with respect to your cloud resource, and should give you more visibility into any issues that might affect you.
Read the entire article here, New – AWS Personal Health Dashboard – Status You Can Relate To
via the fine folks at Amazon Web Services.