Following my recent webinar with SharpCrafters on how to setup pseudo real-time performance monitoring using Aspect Oriented Programming and Amazon CloudWatch, I’d like to say thanks to the guys for having me, it was a great fun
For anyone interested, the source code is available at:
If you want to run the demo console app to generate some data, you need to put your AWS key and secret in the App.config file in the Demo.ConsoleApp project:
Just go to aws.amazon.com and create an account, you’ll then be given an access key and secret to use.
The slides for the session is also available to download on SlideShare:
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