SenseDeep Alarms are automated rules that check Lambda or Log resources for specific conditions. These alarms can look deeply into your application logs and metrics to sleuth trouble. The alarms run 24x7x365 and will alert you at the first sign of trouble.
When an Alarm triggers, it generates an alert message with full details of the resource and event that tripped the alarm.
Alerts are displayed in the SenseDeep console and a single mouse will display the alert with full context. From there, another click will jump to the isolated Lambda invocation with full invocation details and log entries.
Alerts can optionally run notifications to inform you immediately of an issue with your service. SenseDeep supports a wide variety of notification channels including: Email, SMS, AWS EventBridge, Lambda and HTTP/HTTPS.
Alert notification messages include when the incident occurred, the Lambda or resource that triggered the alarm and clear context of the triggering metric or log event.
SenseDeep will aggregate redundant alerts for the same resource so you will not be deluged with repeat notifications. A notification will be issued for the first occurrence of the alert and will be suppressed for subsequent alerts for 24 hours.
SenseDeep Alarms will detect and proactively notify you if:
- Any service is encountering application errors.
- Any Lambdas start throwing exceptions, timing out or enduring elevated cold starts.
- Lambda durations have spiked.
- Request rates have risen or fallen significantly.
- And any custom condition you wish to alarm for.
SenseDeep runs a single, extremely efficient Lambda function in your account called the SenseDeep Watcher. The Watcher ingests AWS metrics and logs with the utmost efficiency and speed. By colocating the Watcher in the same region and account as your logs and metrics, SenseDeep can detect and respond to critical issues faster than any competing service.
Once your application signifies an error by emitting a log event, the SenseDeep watcher will run immediately in your account to receive the log data and swiftly trigger any required alerts.
mThe Watcher is automatically notified of new Lambdas and changing tags so that as new Lambdas are created, they are tracked and managed. You don't need to manually subscribe new Lambdas or log groups.