AWS Lambda functions are the central components of AWS serverless application architecture. It is intimidating to navigate the extensive AWS docs and hundreds of services, and can be challenging to visualize the metrics for serverless applications.
Currently, monitoring tools for Lambda make it difficult to directly compare two Lambda functions side by side. Our solution is a web application that provides comprehensive charts for direct comparison of functions while presenting bottlenecks and resource allocation adjustments.
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?️ Getting Started:
1. Existing user? You can log in using your email and password!
2. For new users, click “Register” to create a new user account.
3. Follow the link and instructions on the Registration page to assign a Cloud Formation Stack.
4. Copy and paste the unique AWS ARN outputted from the prior step.
5. Log in with the registered credentials.
Add screen shot or gif of Dashboard and it’s functionality with region and time selectors
- At the Dashboard, users can select different time increments for a broad overview of their Lambda funtions, as well as select from different AWS regions.
Add screen shot or gif of Functions Page and it’s functionality with side by side comparisons and time selectors
- Once on the Functions Page, users can select the functions that they would like to view, as well as changing the time increments displayed on the graphs.
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On the Memory Page, users can select the functions that they would like to view, and are presented with information for memory allocation adjustments
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Matt Femia – Github || Linkedin
Christian Sansovich – Github || Linkedin
Mark Yencheske – Github || Linkedin
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