Downloading data in CSV format - Amazon CloudFront

Downloading data in CSV format

You can download the CloudWatch metrics data for a CloudFront distribution in CSV format. You can download the data when you View distribution metrics for a particular distribution in the CloudFront console.

Information about the report

The first few rows of the report include the following information:

Version

The CloudFront reporting version.

Report

The name of the report.

DistributionID

The ID of the distribution for which you ran the report.

StartDateUTC

The beginning of the date range for which you ran the report, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

EndDateUTC

The end of the date range for which you ran the report, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

GeneratedTimeUTC

The date and time on which you ran the report, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Granularity

The time period for each row in the report, for example, ONE_MINUTE.

Data in the metrics report

The report includes the following values:

DistributionID

The ID of the distribution for which you ran the report.

FriendlyName

An alternate domain name (CNAME) for the distribution, if any. If a distribution has no alternate domain names, the list includes an origin domain name for the distribution.

TimeBucket

The hour or the day that data applies to, in Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

Requests

The total number of requests for all HTTP status codes (for example, 200, 404, and so on) and all methods (for example, GET, HEAD, POST, and so on) during the time period.

BytesDownloaded

The number of bytes that viewers downloaded for the specified distribution during the time period.

BytesUploaded

The number of bytes that viewers uploaded for the specified distribution during the time period.

TotalErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 4xx or 5xx error for the specified distribution during the time period.

4xxErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 4xx error for the specified distribution during the time period.

5xxErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 5xx error for the specified distribution during the time period.

If you have enabled additional metrics for your distribution, then the report also includes the following additional values:

401ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 401 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

403ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 403 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

404ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 404 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

502ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 502 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

503ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 503 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

504ErrorRatePct

The percentage of requests for which the HTTP status code was a 504 error for the specified distribution during the time period.

OriginLatency

The total time spent, in milliseconds, from when CloudFront received a request to when it started providing a response to the network (not the viewer), for requests that were served from the origin, not the CloudFront cache. This is also known as first byte latency, or time-to-first-byte.

CacheHitRate

The percentage of all cacheable requests for which CloudFront served the content from its cache. HTTP POST and PUT requests, and errors, are not considered cacheable requests.