Keep infrastructure up to date with the AWS Proton dashboard - AWS Proton

Keep infrastructure up to date with the AWS Proton dashboard

The AWS Proton dashboard provides a summary of AWS Proton resources in your AWS account, with a particular focus on staleness—how updated deployed resources are. A deployed resource is up to date when it uses the recommended version of its associated template. An out-of-date deployed resource might need a major or minor template version update.

View the dashboard in the AWS Proton console

To view the AWS Proton dashboard, open the AWS Proton console, and then, in the navigation pane, choose Dashboard.


Resources tab

The first tab of the dashboard displays counts of all resources in your account. The resources tab shows the number of your service instances, services, environments, and components, as well as your resource templates. It also breaks down resource counts for each deployed resource type by the status of resources of that type. A service instance table shows details of each service instance—its deployment status, the AWS Proton resources that it's associated with, the updates that are available to it, and some time stamps.

You can filter the service instance list by any table property. For example, you can filter to see service instances with deployments within a specific time window, or service instances that are out of date relative to major or minor version recommendations.

Choose a service instance name to navigate to the service instance detail page, where you can act to make appropriate version updates. Choose any other AWS Proton resource name to navigate to its detail page, or choose a resource type to navigate to the respective resource list.

Deployment history

Deployment history tab

The deployment history tab lets you see details about your deployments. In the deployment history table, you can keep track of the deployment status, as well as environment and deployment ID. You can choose the resource name or the deployment ID to see even more details, such as a deployment status message and resource outputs. The table also allows you to filter on any table property.