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Jan. 7, 2022, 9:54 p.m. | /u/Unexpectedpicard

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We have a process where database changes are replicated to DMS then to a Kinesis stream then we have a lamda processing these changes and updating an elastic cluster. This process gets behind sometimes due to a huge number of database changes. How can I pull metrics to know how many records are in the kinesis stream? I see no way to do this without putting an SQS queue between kinesis and Lamda and that seems dumb.

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