AWS Lambda
Developer Guide

Monitoring Functions in the AWS Lambda Console

AWS Lambda automatically monitors functions on your behalf, reporting metrics through Amazon CloudWatch. These metrics include total requests, duration, and error rates.

To access metrics using the Lambda console

  1. Open the Lambda console.

  2. Open the Lambda console Functions page.

  3. Choose Monitoring.

    
          Graphs

The console provides the following graphs.

Lambda Monitoring Graphs

  • Invocations – The number of times the function was invoked in each 5 minute period.

  • Duration – Average, minimum, and maximum execution times.

  • Error count and success rate (%) – The number of errors, and the percentage of executions that completed without error.

  • Throttles – The number of times execution failed due to concurrency limits.

  • IteratorAge – For stream event sources, the age of the last item in the batch when Lambda receives it and invokes the function.

  • DeadLetterErrors – The number of events that Lambda attempted to write to a dead letter queue, but failed.

To see the definition of a graph in CloudWatch, choose View in metrics from the menu in the top right of the graph. For more information about the metrics that Lambda records, see AWS Lambda Metrics.