After purchasing and using Tencent Cloud services supported by Cloud Monitor (CM), you can go to the corresponding page on Cloud Monitoring console to view service running status and metrics, and configure alarm rules for monitoring items.
Custom monitoring supplements basic monitoring of Tencent Cloud services. If CM does not provide the monitoring item you need, you can create one to collect monitoring data and report it to CM. CM also provides monitoring charts and alarms for the monitoring item, keeping you informed on the real-time status of your business.
CM can monitor various Tencent Cloud resources and important event information in the life cycle and operation of the underlying platform infrastructure. You can query event-type data and configure alarms.
According to alarm policies you configured, CM will send you alarms when the monitoring data reaches the alarm threshold. This helps you locate exceptions in real time and query the causes.
You can keep track of Tencent Cloud service status after configuring alarm rules for bandwidth, number of connections, disk utilization, and other monitoring items. You will receive alarms when your business volume increases, and can scale out services based on monitoring data.