AWS Cloud Map
AWS Cloud Map is one of the cloud resource analysis services. With AWS Cloud Map, you can easily prescribe customized names for your operational resources, and it manages the updated location of these constantly developing resources. Which enhances your application availability due to your net service that always determines the most updated locations of the resources?
Modernized applications are generally composed of numerous services that are approachable over an API and execute a definite function. Each service collaborates with a number of resources, like queues, databases, customer-defined microservices and object stores, and it needs to be capable of finding out the location of all the resources on which it revolves around in order to perform. In number of cases, you handle all of these resource locations and their names manually within the application code. But, controlling the resource management manually is little time-consuming concept, and there are high chances of the errors because of quantity of dependent infrastructure resources are raised, and the quantity of microservices dynamically moves up and down, which is totally based on traffic. Furthermore, you can also install third-party products, but this installation requires handling additional software and infrastructure.
With Cloud Map, you can also signup any of application resources, like micro-services, queues, databases, and numerous cloud resources, with personalized names. Cloud Map then regularly monitor the health of resources so that the location is always up-to-date. After monitoring the location this application can then inquire the registry for the location of the resources and requirement, which is based on the deployment environment and application version.