Connecting your AWS account allows Lumigo to collect resources, metrics, and logs needed for monitoring and debugging your applications. Connecting to AWS account is based on a CloudFormation template which is used to create an IAM Role for Lumigo. To start:
- Open the Quickstart menu, click Get Started, then click Go to AWS to open Lumigo CloudFormation template.
- Check I acknowledge that AWS CloudFormation might create IAM resources and click Create stack.
- Return to Lumigo and wait for AWS to deploy the stack. Once completed, Lumigo will automatically show you a list of your Serverless functions and Containers.
Don't have permission to deploy CloudFormation stack?
If you don't have access to your AWS account or permission to deploy CloudFormation stack, you can invite a team member with permissions.
Distributed tracing helps you to gain visibility into your application by collecting information about how the components of your applications work with one another to serve end-user requests.
Lumigo has tracers for the following compute platforms:
AWS Lambda, Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS), and AWS Elastic Computing (EC2).
Click on the compute platform you want to trace and follow the onscreen instructions.
For more information on Distributed tracing, see the Tracing Overview documentation.
Updated 9 months ago