Thank you for contacting us first off.
respect to your queries,
The "Amazon Web Service" Monitor says I have a
"bucket size" of 9. What does
this mean? Looking at my sole S3 bucket, there's not only
nine of any one type of object.
bucket size shown in our dashboard corresponds to MB. So , the value
9 denotes the size of bucket as 9MB.
The monitor says "number of
objects" is 2,000. What does this mean?
I would've expected this would match the
"NumberOfObjects" I can fetch with the S3 API, but when I
use Cloudfront or awscli, this metric is 2,995,827 not two-thousand.
Would like to acknowledge this as a bug on
our side. We will definitely fix this asap.
The monitor says "virtual folders" is
1. What is a virtual folder in this context? If you
mean buckets, say "buckets," else I'll think you mean
the actual virtual folders inside each bucket (that is to day, the
distinict pathnames parts of S3 bucket object names), and I have
hundreds of those.
This is linked
to the previous question of yours. This will get fixed automatically
with that. We will have a look into this.
The most important statitic, the one that determines how much
I'm billed each month, would be the bucket size in
bytes, is completely missing.
As you can see , the bucket size denotes this metric. As we
see there is a bug with respect to the number of objects, it may be
wrong still. Once that is fixed , you will be getting numbers in MB
instead of bytes. Would you like to have it in bytes?
We are currently in discussion phase with respect to S3 buckets as a
separate monitor as we see the importance of it to the customer
We would be delighted to support you with Cloudfront as
well as S3 buckets monitoring, in a detailed manner , by understanding
your requirement better!!!
Kindly let us know on your
requirements , so that , we shall work out something in quick time.
Ananthkumar K S