Metrics for Redis
The AWS/ElastiCache
namespace includes the following Redis metrics.
With the exception of ReplicationLag
, these metrics are derived from the Redis
info command. Each metric is calculated at the cache node level.
For complete documentation of the Redis info command, go to http://redis.io/commands/info.
See Also
Metric  Description  Unit 

BytesUsedForCache 
The total number of bytes allocated by Redis.  Bytes 
CacheHits 
The number of successful key lookups.  Count 
CacheMisses 
The number of unsuccessful key lookups.  Count 
CurrConnections 
The number of client connections, excluding connections from read replicas. ElastiCache uses two to three of the connections to monitor the cluster in each case.  Count 
EngineCPUUtilization 
CPU utilization of the single core that Redis is running on. Since Redis is single threaded, this is the percent of your thread's capacity that is being used. This metric is available on clusters created or replaced after November 1, 2017.  Percent 
Evictions 
The number of keys that have been evicted due to the
maxmemory limit.

Count 
HyperLogLogBasedCmds 
The total number of HyperLogLog based commands.
This is derived from the Redis commandstats statistic
by summing all of the pf type of commands
(pfadd, pfcount,
pfmerge).

Count 
NewConnections 
The total number of connections that have been accepted by the server during this period.  Count 
Reclaimed 
The total number of key expiration events.  Count 
ReplicationBytes 
For primaries with attached replicas, ReplicationBytes
reports the number of bytes that the primary is sending to all of its replicas.
This metric is representative of the write load on the replication group. For
replicas and standalone primaries, ReplicationBytes is always 0.

Bytes 
ReplicationLag 
This metric is only applicable for a node running as a read replica. It represents how far behind, in seconds, the replica is in applying changes from the primary node.  Seconds 
SaveInProgress 
This binary metric returns 1 whenever a background save
(forked or forkless) is in progress, and 0 otherwise. A background
save process is typically used during snapshots and syncs. These
operations can cause degraded performance. Using the
SaveInProgress metric, you can diagnose whether or not
degraded performance was caused by a background save process.

Count 
These are aggregations of certain kinds of commands, derived from info commandstats:
Metric  Description  Unit 

CurrItems 
The number of items in the cache. This is derived from the Redis
keyspace statistic, summing all of the keys in the entire
keyspace.

Count 
GetTypeCmds 
The total number of get types of commands. This
is derived from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the
get types of commands
(get, mget,
hget, etc.)

Count 
HashBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are hashbased. This is derived
from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the commands
that act upon one or more hashes.

Count 
KeyBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are keybased. This is derived from
the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the commands that act
upon one or more keys.

Count 
ListBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are listbased. This is derived
from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the commands
that act upon one or more lists.

Count 
SetBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are setbased. This is derived from
the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the commands that act
upon one or more sets.

Count 
SetTypeCmds 
The total number of set types of commands. This
is derived from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the
set types of commands
(set, hset, etc.)

Count 
SortedSetBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are sorted setbased. This is
derived from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the
commands that act upon one or more sorted sets.

Count 
StringBasedCmds 
The total number of commands that are stringbased. This is derived
from the Redis commandstats statistic by summing all of the commands
that act upon one or more strings.

Count 