CloudAMQP offers various monitoring tools. These tools will address performance issues promptly and automatically, before they impact your business. CloudAMQP monitoring include diagrams for CPU and Memory usage. It is possible to activate alarms to be triggered when a part of the system is heavily used and it is easy to view the RabbitMQ log stream direcly in CloudAMQP.
Receive accurate alerts based on performance anomalies in your application. It is possible to activate Queue Alarms, Consumers alarm, CPU Alarms and Memory alarms.
Alarms can be sent to email addresses or as push notifications to webhooks. When an alarm is triggerd will an alert be sent to everyone specified in the notifications list. You need to setup a notification before any of the alarms will work correctly.
NOTE: The admin user must have access to all vhosts on the server for the queue and consumer alarms to work correctly.
Queue alarms can be activated for all instances.
Queue alarms can be triggered to send notifications when a number of messages in a queue reaches a certain threshold, for a given amount of time.
When a queue is matching the given regexp and when that queue have had more than the value threshold (more then x messages in the queue) for more than number of seconds the alarm will trigger.
Example: The regexp .* will match all your queues. A regexp like ^myqueue$ would match exactly the queue named "myqueue". Use http://rubular.com/ to test your regex.
Consumers alarms can be activated for all instances.
Consumers alarms can be triggered to send notifications when number of consumers for a queue is less then or equal to a given number of consumers, for a given amount of time.
Connection alarms can be triggered to send notifications when number of connections is greated than or equal to a given number of connections, fora given amount of time.
CPU Alarms are only available for dedicated instances.
When CPU alarm is enabled will you receive a notification when you are using more then 80% of the available CPU for more then 15 minutes. One alarm email will be sent to you and your co-workers every 6 hours until the problem is solved. It is recommended to enable CPU alarms. It can be enabled through the Control Panel.
Memory Alarms are only available for dedicated instances.
When Memory alarm is enabled will you receive a notification when you are using more then 90% of the available memory for more then 15 minutes. One alarm email will be sent to you and your co-workers every 6 hours until the problem is solved. It is recommended to enable Memory alarms. It can be enabled through the Control Panel.
Serve Metrics helps you to measure performance metrics from your server. CloudAMQP shows CPU Usage Monitoring and Memory Usage Monitoring.
CPU Usage referes to how much work your processor is doing.
Show percentage of time your program spends executing instructions in the CPU. In this case, the time the CPU spent running RabbitMQ.
If this is high it probably means you are on the limit of what your server can handle. You should consider upgrading before lack of CPU power becomes a serious issue.
Describes percentage of time the CPU spent running OS tasks.
Percentage of CPU time "stolen" by the virtualization system - time spent when the virtual CPU waits for a real CPU. If this is high does it mean that you are using to much CPU power. This can seriously impacting the performance of your server. You should probably upgrade to a larger instance.
RabbitMQ Log Stream show a live log from RabbitMQ.
Integrated monitoring services are only available for dedicated instances.
Event stream is only available for dedicated instances.
The event stream allows you to see the latest 1000 events from your RabbitMQ cluster. New events will be added to the collection in real time.
The event stream can be useful when you need to gain insight into what is happening in your cluster. It is particularly good to debug if you are running into high CPU-usage, for instance if you have rapid opening or closing of connections or channels or a setup for shovel that is not working, etcetera.
This is a new feature still in active development and we welcome feedback on how to improve the experience.
Don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you got any questions!