I have my Lambda functions in AWS. But I don't want to check every time, my functions are running or not.
How can I create an Alarm for that?
To create an Alarm for Lambda function, follow the below given steps.
Go to your CloudWatch Console:
Click "Alarms" at the left, and then Create Alarm.
Click "Lambda Metrics".
Look for your Lambda name in the listing, and click on the checkbox for the row where the metric name is "Errors". Click "Next".
Enter a name and description for this alarm.
Setup the alarm to be triggered whenever "Errors" is above 0, for 1 consecutive period(s).
Select "Sum" as the Statistic and 5 minutes (or the amount of minutes that's reasonable for your use case) in the "Period" dropdown.
In the "Notification" box, click the Select a notification list dropdown and select your new SNS endpoint.
Click "Create Alarm".
Hope this will help.
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