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Wanted AWS Elasticcache Redis monitoring in new relic but getting below error


#1

Error:
C:\newrelic_aws_cloudwatch_plugin-3.3.3>bundle exec ruby bin\newrelic_aws
Could not find gem ‘newrelic_plugin (~> 1.3.0) x64-mingw32’ in any of the gem so
urces listed in your Gemfile.
Run bundle install to install missing gems.

C:\newrelic_aws_cloudwatch_plugin-3.3.3>bundle exec ruby bin\newrelic_aws
Could not find gem ‘newrelic_plugin (~> 1.3.0) x64-mingw32’ in any of the gem so
urces listed in your Gemfile.
Run bundle install to install missing gems.

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Is there any better way to monitor AWS Redis in new relic


#2

Hi, @Manish.Gour: The best way to monitor AWS services (including ElastiCache) is with Infrastructure integrations.


#3

I have tried but no throughput details provided in NR.is there any alternate way for getting throughput details also of AWS Elasticache.


#4

Hi @Manish.Gour, could you share the command you are using to install? I would also check your gem sources linked to bundler to see if that gem is actually available, and you may want to redownload from here.

bear in mind this plugin is very old and has not been updated in years, so the way we would recommend would be install the Infrustructure Agent in your AWS account and follow these instructions to link your AWS data to New Relic :slight_smile: