This dashboard provides an interface to view and analyze system metrics from AWS Cloudwatch - Application ELB.
|The number of targets that are considered healthy.
|The number of targets that are considered unhealthy.
|The number of requests processed over IPv4 and IPv6.
|The time elapsed, in seconds, after the request leaves the load balancer until a response from the target is received.
|ELB HTTP 4XX Client Error Codes
|The number of HTTP 4XX client error codes that originate from the load balancer.
|ELB HTTP 5XX Server Error Codes
|The number of HTTP 5XX server error codes that originate from the load balancer.
|Target HTTP 200 Responses
|The number of 200 HTTP response codes generated by the targets.
|Target HTTP 300 Redirections
|The number of 300 HTTP response codes generated by the targets.
|Target HTTP 400 Client Errors
|The number of 400 HTTP response codes generated by the targets.
|Target HTTP 500 Server Errors
|The number of 500 HTTP response codes generated by the targets.
|Active Connections Count
|The total number of concurrent TCP connections active from clients to the load balancer and from the load balancer to targets.
|New Connections Count
|The total number of new TCP connections established from clients to the load balancer and from the load balancer to targets.
|Rejected Connections Count
|The number of connections that were rejected because the load balancer had reached its maximum number of connections.
|Target Connections Error Count
|The number of connections that were not successfully established between the load balancer and target.
|IPv6 Requests Count
|The number of IPv6 requests received by the load balancer.
|Non Sticky Requests Count
|The number of requests where the load balancer chose a new target because it couldn’t use an existing sticky session.
|The total number of bytes processed by the load balancer over IPv4 and IPv6.
|IPv6 Processed Bytes
|The total number of bytes processed by the load balancer over IPv6.
|Consumed Capacity Units
|The number of load balancer capacity units (LCU) used by your load balancer.
|The number of rules processed by the load balancer given a request rate averaged over an hour.