Update DevOps Guru settings - Amazon DevOps Guru

Amazon DevOps Guru is in preview and available in the following AWS Regions: US West (Oregon), US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), Europe (Ireland), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo).

The preview is open to all AWS accounts. You do not need to request access. Features might be added or changed before General Availability is announced. Contact us at amazon-devops-guru-feedback@amazon.com with feedback.

Update DevOps Guru settings

You can update the following Amazon DevOps Guru settings.

  • Your DevOps Guru coverage. This determines which resources in your account are analyzed.

  • Your notifications. This determines which Amazon Simple Notification Service topics are used to notify you of important DevOps Guru events.

  • Your AWS Systems Manager integration. This determines whether an OpsItem is created in Systems Manager OpsCenter for each new insight.

Update your AWS analysis coverage in DevOps Guru

You can update which AWS resources in your account DevOps Guru analyzes. The resources that are analyzed make up your DevOps Guru coverage boundary. You have three boundary coverage options.

  • Choose to have DevOps Guru analyze all supported resources in your account.

  • Specify specific resources by choosing AWS CloudFormation stacks that define those resources. If you do this, DevOps Guru analyzes every resource specified in the stacks you choose. If a resource in your account is not defined by a stack you choose, it is not analyzed.

  • Specify to have no resources analyzed so that you stop incurring charges from resource analyzation.

    Note

    If you update your coverage to stop analyzing resources, you might continue to incur minor charges if you review existing insights generated by DevOps Guru in the past. These charges are associated with API calls used to retrieve and display insight information. For more information, see Amazon DevOps Guru pricing.

DevOps Guru supports all resources that are associated with supported services. For more information about the supported services and resources, see Amazon DevOps Guru pricing.

To manage your DevOps Guru analysis coverage

  1. Open the Amazon DevOps Guru console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/devops-guru/.

  2. Choose Settings in the navigation pane.

  3. In DevOps Guru analysis coverage, choose Manage.

  4. Choose one of the following coverage options.

    • Choose Analyze all AWS resources in the current account if you want DevOps Guru to analyze all supported resources in your AWS account. If you choose this option, your account is your resource analysis coverage boundary.

    • Choose Specify which resources in the current AWS account to analyze using CloudFormation stacks if you want DevOps Guru to analyze the resources that are in stacks you choose.

      1. If you have not enabled any stacks, in CloudFormation stacks, choose Manage analysis coverage.

      2. Select up to 500 stacks that contain the resources that you want analyzed. You can enter the name of a stack in Find stacks to quickly locate a specific stack.

      3. Choose Save.

      For more information, see Working with AWS CloudFormation stacks in DevOps Guru.

    • Choose Don't analyze any resources if you do not want DevOps Guru to analyze any resources. This option disables DevOps Guru so that you stop incurring charges from resource analyzation.

  5. Choose Save.

Update your notifications in DevOps Guru

Set up Amazon Simple Notification Service topics that are used to notify you about important Amazon DevOps Guru events. You can choose from a list of topic names that already exist in your AWS account, enter the name for a new topic that DevOps Guru creates in your account, or enter the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of an existing topic in any AWS account in your Region. If you specify the ARN of a topic that is not in your account, you must grant permission for DevOps Guru to access that topic by adding an IAM policy to it. For more information, see Permissions for cross account Amazon SNS topics. You can specify up to two topics.

DevOps Guru sends notifications for the following events.

  • A new insight is created.

  • A new anomaly is added to an insight.

  • The severity of an insight is upgraded from Low or Medium to High.

  • The status of an insight changes from ongoing to resolved.

  • A recommendation for an insight is identified.

To update your notifications

  1. Open the Amazon DevOps Guru console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/devops-guru/.

  2. Choose Settings in the navigation pane.

  3. In SNS notifications, choose Set up notifications if you have not set up any notifications. Otherwise, choose Edit.

  4. To add an Amazon SNS topic, do one of the following.

    • Choose Chose an existing SNS topic in your AWS account. Then, from Choose a topic in your AWS account, choose the topic you want to use.

    • Choose Create a new SNS topic. Then, in Create a new topic, enter the name for your new topic.

    • Choose Use an SNS topic ARN to specify an existing account. Then, in Enter an ARN for a topic, enter the topic ARN. The ARN is the topic's Amazon Resource Name. You can specify a topic in a different account. If you use a topic in another account, you must add a resource policy to the topic. For more information, see Permissions for cross account Amazon SNS topics.

  5. Choose Add SNS topic if you want to add a second topic.

  6. Choose Save.

  7. To remove an Amazon SNS topic, choose Remove next to the topic you want to remove.

Update AWS Systems Manager integration in DevOps Guru

You can enable the creation of an OpsItem for each new insight in AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter. OpsCenter is a centralized system where you can view, investigate, and review operational work items (OpsItems). The OpsItems for your insights can help you manage work that addresses the anomalous behavior that triggered the creation of each insight. For more information, see AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter and Working with OpsItem in the AWS Systems Manager User Guide.

To manage your Systems Manager integration

  1. Open the Amazon DevOps Guru console at https://console.aws.amazon.com/devops-guru/.

  2. Choose Settings in the navigation pane.

  3. In AWS Systems Manager integration, select Enable DevOps Guru to create an AWS OpstItem in OpsCenter for each insight to have an OpsItem created for each new insight. Deselect it to stop having an OpsItem created for each new insight.

You are charged for OpsItems created in your account. For more information, see AWS Systems Manager pricing.