Datadog-AWS Internet of Things Integration

Overview

AWS IoT is a managed cloud platform that lets connected devices easily and securely interact with cloud applications and other devices.

Enable this integration to see in Datadog all your IOT metrics.

Setup

Installation

If you haven’t already, set up the Amazon Web Services integration first. There are no other installation steps that need to be performed.

Configuration

In the Amazon Web Services integration tile, ensure that IOT is checked under metric collection.

Data Collected

Metrics

aws.iot.connect_auth_error
(count)
AWS IoT could not authorize a connect request from a client on an MQTT topic.
shown as error
aws.iot.connect_client_error
(count)
AWS IoT rejected a connect request from a client on an MQTT topic because the MQTT message did not meet the requirements defined in AWS IoT Limits.
shown as error
aws.iot.connect_server_error
(count)
AWS IoT failed to process a client connect request on an MQTT topic because an internal error occurred.
shown as error
aws.iot.connect_success
(count)
AWS IoT successfully processed a client connect request on an MQTT topic.
shown as
aws.iot.connect_throttle
(count)
AWS IoT did not process a client connect request on an MQTT topic because the client exceeded the allowed connect request rate.
shown as
aws.iot.deletethingshadow_accepted
(count)
AWS IoT received a DeleteThingShadow request.
shown as
aws.iot.getthingshadow_accepted
(count)
AWS IoT received a GetThingShadow request.
shown as
aws.iot.ping_success
(count)
AWS IoT received a ping message.
shown as
aws.iot.publishin_auth_error
(count)
AWS IoT could not authorize a publish request from a client.
shown as error
aws.iot.publishin_client_error
(count)
AWS IoT rejected a publish request from a client because the MQTT message did not meet the requirements defined in AWS IoT Limits.
shown as error
aws.iot.publishin_server_error
(count)
AWS IoT failed to process a client publish request because an internal error occurred.
shown as error
aws.iot.publishin_success
(count)
A client successfully published an MQTT message.
shown as
aws.iot.publishin_throttle
(count)
AWS IoT did not process a client publish request because the client exceeded the allowed inbound message rate.
shown as
aws.iot.publishout_auth_error
(count)
AWS IoT could not authorize the publish request from the message broker.
shown as error
aws.iot.publishout_client_error
(count)
AWS IoT rejected the publish out request from the message broker because the MQTT message did not meet the requirements defined in AWS IoT Limits.
shown as error
aws.iot.publishout_success
(count)
AWS IoT successfully published a message to the connected client.
shown as
aws.iot.rules_executed
(count)
AWS IoT executed a rule.
shown as
aws.iot.subscribe_auth_error
(count)
AWS IoT could not authorize a subscribe request from a client on an MQTT topic.
shown as error
aws.iot.subscribe_client_error
(count)
AWS IoT rejected a subscribe request from a client on an MQTT topic because the MQTT message did not meet the requirements defined in AWS IoT Limits.
shown as error
aws.iot.subscribe_server_error
(count)
AWS IoT failed to process a client subscribe request on an MQTT topic because an internal error occurred.
shown as error
aws.iot.subscribe_success
(count)
AWS IoT successfully processed a client subscribe request on an MQTT topic.
shown as
aws.iot.subscribe_throttle
(count)
AWS IoT did not process a client subscribe request on an MQTT topic because the client exceeded the allowed subscribe request rate.
shown as
aws.iot.unsubscribe_client_error
(count)
AWS IoT rejected an unsubscribe request from a client on an MQTT topic because the MQTT message did not meet the requirements defined in AWS IoT Limits.
shown as error
aws.iot.unsubscribe_server_error
(count)
AWS IoT failed to process a client unsubscribe request on an MQTT topic because an internal error occurred.
shown as error
aws.iot.unsubscribe_success
(count)
AWS IoT successfully processed a client unsubscribe request on an MQTT topic.
shown as
aws.iot.unsubscribe_throttle
(count)
AWS IoT did not process a client unsubscribe request on an MQTT topic because the client exceeded the allowed unsubscribe request rate.
shown as
aws.iot.updatethingshadow_accepted
(count)
AWS IoT received a UpdateThingShadow request.
shown as

Each of the metrics retrieved from AWS will be assigned the same tags that appear in the AWS console, including but not limited to host name, security-groups, and more.