Limit Monitor on AWS
AWS Limit Monitor

Document Revisions

Date Change Location
September 2016 Initial publication
February 2017 Solution updated to create two child AWS Lambda functions Architecture Overview
June 2018 Added service-level granularity for AWS Trusted Advisor Service Limit checks; Amazon DynamoDB to store service utilization details; and Amazon CloudWatch Events Rule integration Overview; Cost; Architecture Overview; Considerations; AWS CloudFormation Templates; Automated Deployment; Appendix A; Appendix B; Appendix C
July 2018 Added information about subscribing to the solution’s Amazon SNS topic, and a sample Slack channel value for the solution’s Parameter Store Automated Deployment; Appendix A
April 2019 Added information about new parameters for the Slack incoming webhook URL and channel, and regular expressions for account IDs Considerations; Automated Deployment


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