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How do you backup your ec2 cloudwatch metrics? How do you visualize different measurements with different scales at once, like cpu% and i/o? How do you combine your application server metrics (like 'viewed products per hour') with cloudwatch metrics (cpu per hour)?

I thought about storing raw cloudwatch metrics in s3 first and then using munin for visualization. But maybe there is a more advanced approach which is more interactive than munin's static images.



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Zenoss can pull this data in and might be what your looking for. There's a video at

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