Kinesis Data Stream writes have throttles
A monitor for detecting throttling in your Kinesis Data Stream. This check runs every 30 minutes to check if any stream in your stack has been throttled during the last hour.
Interval: 30 minutes
Time slot: 30 minutes
Threshold: any throttling
Why do I see this?
One of your streams has been throttled because its reads broke an AWS limit.
What does this mean?
A throttle can occur when GetRecords did one of the following:
- read too many reads per second
- read too many MiB per second
- read 10MiB or 10,000 records with one call
The last point will result in GetRecords calls failing for five seconds.
Kinesis Data Stream writes have throttles. How do I fix this?
Identify the root cause of your issue. Identify a possible microburst. Follow Kinesis Data Streams best practices.
This rule resolution is part of the Dashbird Serverless Well Architected Reports tool for AWS. Dashbird features a collection of rules and checks continuously applied to your infrastructure, surfacing ways to improve it.
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