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- Store and track instance metadata (such as instance id, availability zone, etc.) and deployment info (application build id, Git revision, etc.) in your logs or reports. The [**instance metadata service**](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AWSEC2/latest/UserGuide/ec2-instance-metadata.html) can help collect some of the AWS data you’ll need.
- **Use log management services:** Be sure to set up a way to view and manage logs externally from servers.
- Cloud-based services such as [Sumo Logic](https://www.sumologic.com/), [Splunk Cloud](http://www.splunk.com/en_us/cloud.html), [Scalyr](https://www.scalyr.com/), and [Loggly](https://www.loggly.com/) are the easiest to set up and use (and also the most expensive, which may be a factor depending on how much log data you have).
- Cloud-based services such as [Sumo Logic](https://www.sumologic.com/), [Splunk Cloud](http://www.splunk.com/en_us/cloud.html), [Scalyr](https://www.scalyr.com/), [LogDNA](https://www.logdna.com/), and [Loggly](https://www.loggly.com/) are the easiest to set up and use (and also the most expensive, which may be a factor depending on how much log data you have).
- Major open source alternatives include [Elasticsearch](https://github.com/elastic/elasticsearch), [Logstash](https://github.com/elastic/logstash), and [Kibana](https://github.com/elastic/kibana) (the “[Elastic Stack](https://www.elastic.co/webinars/introduction-elk-stack)”) and [Graylog](https://www.graylog.org/).
- If you can afford it (you have little data or lots of money) and don’t have special needs, it makes sense to use hosted services whenever possible, since setting up your own scalable log processing systems is notoriously time consuming.
- **Track and graph metrics:** The AWS Console can show you simple graphs from CloudWatch, you typically will want to track and graph many kinds of metrics, from CloudWatch and your applications. Collect and export helpful metrics everywhere you can (and as long as volume is manageable enough you can afford it).
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* CloudWatch offers fairly basic functionality that doesn't create significant (additional) AWS lock-in. Most of the metrics provided by the service can be obtained through APIs that can be imported into other aggregation or visualization tools or services (many specifically provide CloudWatch data import services).
* 🚪 Alternatives to CloudWatch monitoring services include [NewRelic](http://newrelic.com/), [Datadog](http://datadog.com/), [Sumo Logic](http://sumologic.com/), [Zabbix](http://zabbix.com/), [Nagios](http://nagios.org/), [Ruxit](http://ruxit.com/), [Elastic Stack](https://www.elastic.co/elk-stack), open source options such as [StatsD](https://github.com/etsy/statsd) or [collectd](https://collectd.org/) with [Graphite](https://graphiteapp.org/), and many others.
* 🚪 CloudWatch Log alternatives include [Splunk](http://splunk.com/), [Sumo Logic](http://sumologic.com/), [Loggly](http://loggly.com/), [Logstash](https://www.elastic.co/products/logstash), [Papertrail](https://papertrailapp.com/), [Elastic Stack](https://www.elastic.co/elk-stack), and other centralized logging solutions.
* 🚪 CloudWatch Log alternatives include [Splunk](http://splunk.com/), [Sumo Logic](http://sumologic.com/), [Loggly](http://loggly.com/), [LogDNA](https://logdna.com/), [Logstash](https://www.elastic.co/products/logstash), [Papertrail](https://papertrailapp.com/), [Elastic Stack](https://www.elastic.co/elk-stack), and other centralized logging solutions.

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