Interface GuLambdaErrorPercentageMonitoringProps

interface GuLambdaErrorPercentageMonitoringProps {
    actionsEnabled?: boolean;
    alarmDescription?: string;
    alarmName?: string;
    datapointsToAlarm?: number;
    evaluateLowSampleCountPercentile?: string;
    lengthOfEvaluationPeriod?: Duration;
    noMonitoring?: false;
    numberOfEvaluationPeriodsAboveThresholdBeforeAlarm?: number;
    okAction?: boolean;
    snsTopicName: string;
    toleratedErrorPercentage: number;


  • Omit<GuAlarmProps, "metric" | "threshold" | "comparisonOperator" | "evaluationPeriods" | "treatMissingData" | "app">
    • GuLambdaErrorPercentageMonitoringProps


actionsEnabled?: boolean

Whether the actions for this alarm are enabled


alarmDescription?: string

Description for the alarm


No description
alarmName?: string

Name of the alarm


Automatically generated name
datapointsToAlarm?: number

The number of datapoints that must be breaching to trigger the alarm. This is used only if you are setting an "M out of N" alarm. In that case, this value is the M. For more information, see Evaluating an Alarm in the Amazon CloudWatch User Guide.

evaluateLowSampleCountPercentile?: string

Specifies whether to evaluate the data and potentially change the alarm state if there are too few data points to be statistically significant.

Used only for alarms that are based on percentiles.


- Not configured.
lengthOfEvaluationPeriod?: Duration
noMonitoring?: false
numberOfEvaluationPeriodsAboveThresholdBeforeAlarm?: number
okAction?: boolean
snsTopicName: string
toleratedErrorPercentage: number