Amazon SNS
When this happens...
Amazon CloudWatchNew Alarm
Then do this...
Amazon SNSCreate Message

Make sure all of your server notifications come into the same place with this integration, which will copy your Amazon CloudWatch alarms over to Amazon SNS. It's a simple way to get your CloudWatch alarms along with the rest of your notifications.

How It Works

  1. CloudWatch sends a new alarm
  2. Zapier sends that alarm to Amazon SNS

What You Need

  • Amazon CloudWatch account
  • Amazon SNS account

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It's easy to connect Amazon SNS + Amazon CloudWatch and requires absolutely zero coding experience—the only limit is your own imagination.

When this happens...
then do this!
New Message

Triggers when a new message is sent on a topic. Automatically manages the subscription.

Create Topic

Create a new topic.

New JSON Message

Triggers when a new JSON message is sent on a topic and parses the message body as JSON. Automatically manages the subscription.

Create Message

Create a new message.

New Alarm

Triggers when a new alarm is added.

Create JSON Message

Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger.

Alarm State Change

Triggers when the state of an alarm changes (e.g. from "OK" to "ALARM").

Enable Alarm Actions

Enable the actions for a chosen alarm.

New Topic

Triggers when you add a new topic.

Set Alarm State

Temporarily sets the state of a chosen alarm.

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Amazon Simple Notification Service is a flexible, and fast messaging service which is fully managed. SNS is a simple and cost-effective method to message both distributed services and human recipients.

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Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS.

See Amazon CloudWatch Integrations