Getting Usage Info From CloudFront Logs

Say you have a bunch of sites that are hosted on an EC2 instances, and for various reasons you’ve setup CloudFront to help handle the traffic. You have your normal webserver logs to give you part of the picture, but you probably will want to dig into the CloudFront logs as well in order to get a better picture of your actual throughput.

Thankfully, this is pretty easy. And somewhat annoyingly complicated.
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Getting Usage Info From CloudFront Logs

ruminations : network monitoring (data collection part one)

network monitoring is, in theory, a relatively simple thing : watch X for Y conditions, and tell Z what you find. most systems break this down into collection, analysis, and alerting. today i’m looking at data collection for monitoring systems.
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