If your application has been migrated to the CDN console, you can go to the console for operation by referring to Content Delivery Network.
ECDN has been connected to Tencent Cloud Monitor. The following alarming metrics are supported in the current version:
|Category||Metric||1-Minute Alarming Granularity Supported||5-Minute Alarming Granularity Supported|
|Access traffic metrics||Total number of requests||Yes||Yes|
|Access traffic (upstream)||Yes||Yes|
|Access traffic (downstream)||Yes||Yes|
|Origin-pull traffic metrics||Total number of origin-pulls||Yes||Yes|
|Number of failed origin-pull||Yes||Yes|
|Origin-pull failure rate||Yes||Yes|
|Access performance metrics||Average response time||Yes||Yes|
|Status code metrics||Number of 200, 206, 2XX, etc. status code occurrences and their ratio||Yes||Yes|
|Number of 302, 304, 3XX, etc. status code occurrences and their ratio||Yes||Yes|
|Number of 401, 403, 404, 416, 4XX, etc. status code occurrences and their ratio||Yes||Yes|
|Number of 500, 502, 5XX, etc. status code occurrences and their ratio||Yes||Yes|
- You can activate and use Cloud Monitor free of charge.
- The system sends alarm messages through email, WeChat, and callback APIs free of charge, and you can enjoy a free tier of SMS alarm messages every month.
- If the monthly free tier of SMS alarm messages is exceeded, you need to purchase a higher tier for receiving more alarm messages through SMS.
- Alarm data is collected and reported in real time and may have certain deviation, as the data is delayed for about 5 minutes.
- Alarm data monitoring can be used only to assist in operation and cannot be used as the basis for billing or SLA.
Log in to the Cloud Monitor Console and click Alarm Policy on the left sidebar to enter the management page.
The steps for adding an alarm policy are as follows:
On the historical alarm page in Cloud Monitor, you can view the list of alarm details.
For more information on how to configure alarm policies, please see Creating Alarm Policies.