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Question : 7 A user has created multiple data points for the CloudWatch metrics with the dimensions Box=UAT, App=Document and Box=UAT, App=Notes. If the user queries CloudWatch with the dimension parameter as Server=Prod, what data will he get?

Question : 7 A user has created multiple data points for the CloudWatch metrics with the dimensions

Box=UAT, App=Document and Box=UAT, App=Notes. 

If the user queries CloudWatch with the dimension parameter as Server=Prod, what data will he get?

1.      The last value of the email and SMS metric

2.      It will not return any data as the dimension for Box=UAT does not exist

3.      All values specified for the dimension Box=UAT, App=Document

4.      All values specified for the dimension Box=UAT, App=Notes

Ans : 2 Exp : A dimension is a key value pair used to uniquely identify a metric. The user cannot get the CloudWatch metrics statistics if he has not defined the right combination of dimensions for it. In this case the dimension combination is either

Box=UAT, App=Document or Box=UAT, App=Notes. Thus, if the user tries to get the data for a dimension with Box=UAT, 

it will not return any statistics. This is because the combination is not right and no statistics are defined for the dimension Box=UAT. 

Dimensions help you design a structure for your statistics plan. Because dimensions are part of the unique identifier for a metric, whenever you add a unique name value pair to one of your metrics, you are creating a new metric. CloudWatch treats each unique combination of dimensions as a separate metric

 

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