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Cloud Servers

Amazon EC2

With Amon's EC2 integration you can automatically sync the information about your EC2 instances directly from Amazon, instead of manually adding them one by one from the Amon Dasbhoard.

  • On your Amazon Dashboard, click on "Identify & Access Management"
  • Click on Group, Create New Group
  • Enter a name for the group
  • Select Group Policies for the Group, Amon requires only AmazonEC2ReadOnlyAccess
  • The next step is to create a new user
  • Don't forget to copy or Download your user credentials

  • The final step would be adding the newly created user to our Group

In Amon:

  • Navigate to the Servers tab, click Cloud servers and select Amazon, paste your Access Key ID and Secret Access Key and click Sync

DigitalOcean

With Amon's DigitalOcean integration you can automatically sync the information about your Droplets instances directly from DigitalOcean, instead of manually adding them one by one from the Amon Dasbhoard.

In DigitalOcean:

In your DigitalOcean dashboard, click API Generate a new Read only token

In Amon:

  • Navigate to the Servers tab, click Cloud servers and select DigitalOcean, paste your DigitalOcean token and click Sync

Google Compute Cloud

With Amon's Google Compute Cloud integration you can automatically sync the information about your next-gen servers into Amon

  • Click on Apis & Auth.
  • Click on Create new client ID, Service Account

In Amon:

  • Navigate to the Servers tab, click Cloud servers and select Google Compute, paste your Service account email address, Your project ID from the first screenshot and upload your JSON key. Finally click Sync

Rackspace

With Amon's Rackspace integration you can automatically sync the information about your next-gen servers into Amon

  • Click on Account, Account Settings, copy your API Key

In Amon:

  • Navigate to the Servers tab, click Cloud servers and select Rackspace, paste your API Key and click Sync

Linode

With Amon's Linode integration you can automatically sync the information about your Linode servers , instead of manually adding them one by one from the Amon Dasbhoard.

  • Click on my profile, click API Keys and create a new API Key

In Amon:

  • Navigate to the Servers tab, click Cloud servers and select Linode, paste your API Key ID and click Sync