Amazon introduce rudimentary CloudFront reporting and ELB logging

At long last Amazon have introduced rudimentary CloudFront reporting and ELB logging.

No longer do you have to write scripts to download and process thousands of log files from S3 or use third party services to get basic CloudFront reports. Although if you need anything more advanced than these, which is quite likely, you will

  • Number of Requests: show the number of HTTP or HTTPS requests served by edge locations in the selected region for the specified CloudFront distribution.
  • Data Transferred: show the total amount of data transferred over HTTP or HTTPS from CloudFront
  • Data Transferred from CloudFront Edge Locations to Your Users: This chart shows data transferred from CloudFront edge locations in the selected region to users, combining both HTTP and HTTPS usage.
  • Data Transferred from CloudFront to Your Origin: This chart shows data transferred from CloudFront edge locations in the selected region to your origin for POST, PUT PATCH, OPTIONS, and DELETE methods, again combining both HTTP and HTTPS.
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