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Amazon Web Services (AWS) automatically provides data, such as Amazon CloudWatch metrics and instance status, that you can use to monitor your Amazon EC2 instances:
CloudWatch metrics are statistical data you can use to view, analyze, and set alarms on the operational behavior of your instances. These metrics include CPU utilization, network traffic, I/O, and latency.
Instance status provides two types of information:
Instance status checks that summarize results of automated tests that you can use to determine whether your instances are affected by specific, detectable problems.
Events that provide information about certain activities that are scheduled for your instances, including operational maintenance that AWS may perform such as rebooting and retirement.
For information about monitoring your Amazon EBS volumes, see Monitoring the Status of Your Volumes.