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Monitoring Overview

The Monitoring Overview page provides the following modules, helping you track the resource usage and alarms in real time.

Resource Overview

Displays the total number of monitored cloud service resources and alarms generated for these resources in the current account.

Alarm Statistics

Displays the alarm trend for the last seven days and the number of alarms of each severity.

After you click an alarm severity, the Alarm Rules page is displayed, showing all alarm rules of the corresponding severity.

NOTE:

On the Alarm Rules page, click View Resource in the Operation column. On the displayed window, you can copy the resource ID and go to the corresponding cloud service console to search for and handle the specific resource based on the resource ID.

Server Monitoring

Displays the CPU usage distribution chart of all monitored ECSs and a list of the top 5 ECSs, ranked by their CPU usage over the last 5 minutes.

Clicking an ECS takes you to the corresponding Basic Monitoring page.

NOTE:

To view ECS monitoring data, you need to purchase ECSs. For details, see Purchasing and Logging In to a Windows ECS and Purchasing and Logging In to a Linux ECS.

Network Monitoring

Displays information about the network speed of the current EIP and bandwidth, displaying the outbound and inbound bandwidth in the last 5 minutes.

NOTE:

To view network monitoring data, you need to apply for a VPC and bind an EIP or bandwidth. For details, see Creating a VPC.

Storage Monitoring

Displays information about disk usage in the last five minutes by listing the read and write bandwidth in addition to the read and write IOPS.

NOTE:

To view storage monitoring data, you need to purchase an EVS disk. For details, see Purchasing an EVS Disk.

Website Monitoring

Displays website status data, such as availability and connectivity.

Based on data from the last 1 hour, a list of the five slowest websites, ranked by response time, is displayed. This helps you better understand the overall website performance and handle exceptions promptly.