The EC2 Load Balancer Details Report provides detailed information about each Elastic Load Balancer launched within EC2.
Details: specific information about the Load Balancer.
- DNS Name – a public DNS name that combines the Load Balancer’s name and region
- CNAME – an optional feature, allows AWS users to associate a canonical name (CNAME) record with the Load Balancer to use their custom domain.
- Created – the date and time the Load Balancer was created.
- Availability Zones – all availability zones associated with the Load Balancer.
Listeners: shows the ports and protocols the Load Balancer uses to listen on and forward traffic.
Health Check: the configurations the Load Balancer is using to check the health of each associated EC2 instance.
- Healthy Threshold – total number of consecutive health check successes before declaring an EC2 instance healthy.
- Unhealthy Threshold – total number of consecutive health check failures before declaring an EC2 instance unhealthy.
- Timeout – amount of time, in seconds, to wait when receiving a response from the health check (2 sec – 60 sec).
- Interval – amount of time, in minutes, to wait between health checks (0.1 min – 5 min).
- Ping Target – the port used to send health check queries to the EC2 instances.
Attached EC2 Instances: lists each EC2 instance that is attached to the Load Balancer.
- Instance – the name of the EC2 instance.
- State – whether the instance is In Service or Out of Service.
- Description – shows relevant details about the instance. For example, whether the instance is terminated, or has failed a health check.
- Availability Zone – the resident availability zone of the instance.