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Amazon Neptune Instance Monitoring Integration

Amazon Neptune is a fully-managed graph database service used to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets.

Setup and configuration

1. If you haven't already, enable access to your AWS resources between your AWS account and Site24x7's AWS account by either:

  • Creating Site24x7 as an IAM user
  • Creating a cross-account IAM role. Learn more

2. On the Integrate AWS Account page, check the box next to Amazon Neptune Instance. Learn more

Policies and permissions

The following permissions are required by Site24x7 to discover an Amazon Neptune Instance and collect configuration information. Learn more

  • "rds:DescribeDBInstances",
  • "rds:ListTagsForResource",
  • "rds:DescribeDBClusters",
  • "rds:DescribeEvents",
  • "logs:DescribeLogStreams",
  • "logs:GetLogEvents",
  • "rds:DescribeDBClusterParameterGroups"

 

Polling Frequency

Site24x7 queries AWS to collect Neptune Instance performance metrics according to the configured poll frequency. The minimum poll interval supported is one minute, and the maximum is 24 hours. Learn more

IT Automations

You can add automations for the AWS services supported by Site24x7. Log in to Site24x7 and go to Admin > IT Automation Templates (+) > Add Automation Templates. Once automations are added, you can schedule them to be executed one after the other.

You can now reboot a Neptune instance using Amazon Neptune instance automations.

Supported metrics

AttributeDescriptionStatisticData Type
Cluster ReplicaLag Maximum The maximum amount of lag between the primary instance and each Neptune DB instance in the DB cluster Maximum Milliseconds
Cluster ReplicaLag Minimum The minimum amount of lag between the primary instance and each Neptune DB instance in the DB cluster Minimum Milliseconds
Engine Up Time The amount of time that the instance has been running Maximum Seconds
Freeable Memory The amount of random access memory available Minimum MB
Free Local Storage The amount of storage available for temporary tables and logs Minimum MB
Gremlin Errors The number of errors in Gremlin traversals Sum Count
Gremlin Requests The number of requests to the Gremlin engine Sum Count
Gremlin Requests Per Sec The number of requests to the Gremlin engine per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin WebSocket Available Connections The number of potential WebSocket connections currently available Sum Count/sec
Gremlin WebSocket Client Errors The number of WebSocket client errors on the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin WebSocket Server Errors The number of WebSocket server errors on the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin WebSocket Success The number of successful WebSocket connections to the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Loader Errors The number of errors from Loader requests Sum Count
Loader Requests The number of Loader Requests Sum Count
Network Receive Throughput The incoming network traffic on the DB instance, including both customer database traffic and Neptune traffic used for monitoring and replication Average MB/sec
Network Throughput The amount of network throughput both received from and transmitted to clients by each instance in the Neptune DB cluster Average MB/sec
Network Transmit Throughput The outgoing network traffic on the DB instance, including both customer database traffic and Neptune traffic used for monitoring and replication Average MB/sec
SPARQL Errors Number of errors in the SPARQL queries Sum Count
SPARQL Requests The number of requests to the SPARQL engine Sum Count
SPARQL Requests Per Sec The number of requests to the SPARQL engine per second Sum Count/sec
Status Errors The number of errors from the status endpoint Sum Count
Status Requests The number of requests to the status endpoint Sum Count
Http1xx The number of HTTP 1xx errors for the endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Http2xx The number of HTTP 2xx errors for the endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Http4xx The number of HTTP 4xx errors for the endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Http5xx The number of HTTP 5xx errors for the endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin Http1xx The number of HTTP 1xx errors for the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin Http2xx The number of HTTP 2xx errors for the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin Http4xx The number of HTTP 4xx errors for the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Gremlin Http5xx The number of HTTP 5xx errors for the Gremlin endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Sparql Http1xx The number of HTTP 1xx errors for the SPARQL endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Sparql Http2xx The number of HTTP 2xx errors for the SPARQL endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Sparql Http4xx The number of HTTP 4xx errors for the SPARQL endpoint per second Sum Count/sec
Sparql Http5xx The number of HTTP 5xx errors for the SPARQL endpoint per second Sum Count/sec

Site24x7's Amazon Neptune Instance monitoring tabs

Summary

Gain an overview of different processes occurring within each instance with time series charts that provide event timelines on Gremlin Requests, Gremlin Errors, Network Throughput, SPARQL Errors, and SPARQL Requests.

Configuration Details

The configuration details of an instance are provided under this tab. Here, you'll find the instance state, instance ARN, endpoint URL, engine version, and allocated storage space to name a few.

Events

The events tab contains information on events related to DB instances, DB Security groups, DB snapshots, and DB parameter groups for the past.

Recent Logs

Users can view audit log data of Neptune DB instances that have been published by CloudWatch logs.

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