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Using AWS CloudTrail to monitor Amazon Chime admin console activity

You can log, continuously monitor, and record account activity related to actions taken in the Amazon Chime console, using AWS CloudTrail. AWS CloudTrail is an AWS service that helps you enable governance, compliance, and operational and risk auditing of your AWS account.

Using the information collected by CloudTrail, you can track Amazon Chime console actions related to your team or enterprise account, as well as user account administration and permission management. CloudTrail allows you to record the action taken, as well as the source IP address, who took the action, and when it was taken.

To get a history of actions taken through the Amazon Chime console on the Amazon Chime administrator account, you need to create a new trail using the CloudTrail console, and configure the trail to specify an Amazon S3 bucket to receive log files. To get started, please see Log Amazon Chime Administration Calls with AWS CloudTrail.

If you are using Directory Service for Active Directory integration, CloudTrail can also be used for monitoring activity and availability. For more information, please reference Directory Service CloudTrail documentation.
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View the Amazon Chime User, Administration Guide and API Reference on the AWS Documentation site.

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