Amazon and AWS Sources
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, content delivery and other functionality to help businesses scale and grow.
Sumo Logic offers hosted Sources to collect from many AWS products.
In this section, we'll introduce the following concepts:
AWS Source Config
Get started configuring AWS Sources for Sumo Logic ingestion.
Grant Access to an AWS Product
Before configuring your Source, enable access to your AWS product.
Amazon Path Expressions
Sample path expressions you can use to collect data from Amazon Sources.
Amazon S3 Audit
Add the Amazon S3 Audit Source to upload messages to Sumo Logic.
AWS S3 Scan Interval
Define the waiting time between scans of the objects in your S3 bucket.
Add an Amazon S3 Source to upload messages to Sumo Logic.
Distribute content to end-users with low latency and high data transfer speeds.
Amazon CloudWatch Metrics
Gather metrics data from an Amazon resource.
AWS CloudTrail Source records API calls made to AWS.
AWS Cost Explorer
Collect cost and usage reports from AWS Cost Explorer.
AWS Elastic Load Balancing
Add the AWS ELB Source to upload messages to Sumo Logic.
AWS Metadata (Tag)
Collect tags from EC2 instances running on AWS.
AWS Kinesis Firehose Logs
Ingest logs from AWS Kinesis Data Firehose.
AWS Kinesis Firehose Metrics
Ingest CloudWatch metrics from AWS Kinesis Data Firehose.
AWS GovCloud are specific regions authorized to a FedRAMP-High baseline.
AWS CloudFormation Configuration
Use CloudFormation to set up AWS products.