How to use monitoring¶
Managed Load Balancer works with cloud/server monitoring services to provide monitoring functions for various resources.
Please check here how to use the cloud/server monitoring service.
For Managed Load Balancer, you can configure the following items in the monitoring service. Please check here for details on items that can be set (measurement method, unit, etc.).
Items listed in "Managed Load Balancer": Configured as a resource
Concurrent TCP connections
Number of new TCP connections
Number of received HTTP requests
Non-compliant HTTP requests count
Number of packets exceeding the upper limit
Number of non-sticky HTTP requests
TLS session establishment failure count
Items listed in "Managed Load Balancer Policy"：Set as sub-resource
number of connections
Number of normal members
Abnormal member count
Number of HTTP 2xx responses
Number of HTTP 3xx responses
Number of HTTP 4xx responses
Number of HTTP 5xx responses
Number of HTTP 500 responses
Number of HTTP 502 responses
Number of HTTP 503 responses
Number of HTTP 504 responses
You can use the monitoring control panel to set alarms (notify email addresses) and check meters (monitoring items).
Please check here for instructions on how to use the monitoring control panel.
Please check here for how to set the monitoring alarm.
Please check here for how to check the meter (monitoring item), see .
This section describes the flow of monitoring alarm settings. Here, set "Send alarm by e-mail when CPU usage exceeds 80%" as a resource.
Create a monitoring alarm¶
1． Select the "Cloud/Server Monitoring" menu in the Monitoring/Audit Service.
2． Select the region where Managed Load Balancer is located.
3． The alarm list screen will be displayed. Press the "Create" button.
A screen for creating a new alarm appears.
Setting the content of monitoring alarms¶
We will set it on the new alarm creation screen.
1． In the basic information settings, enter the alarm name, description, and select the severity.
2． In Set conditions, select "Managed Load Balancer" or "Managed Load Balancer Policy" from the service name.
The resource name sets the ID of the Managed Load Balancer (displayed in the Managed Load Balancer overview). Enter the meter name, condition, and threshold.
(Please check here for meter items, units, measurement methods, etc. that can be set.. )
3． Set the contents of the action in the action setting and press the "Add" button.
Confirm that the set contents are displayed in the "List of added alarm actions".
4． Set "Advanced Settings" as necessary.
Save monitoring alarm settings¶
After setting everything, press the "Save" button.
A confirmation message is displayed. Please press the "OK" button.
Check the configured monitoring alarms¶
If it is saved correctly, it will be posted in the alarm list.